Polyamory Journal: A Relationship Book: Prompts and Practices for Navigating Non-Monogamy (Paperback)

Polyamory Journal: A Relationship Book: Prompts and Practices for Navigating Non-Monogamy By Kate Kincaid, LPC Cover Image

Polyamory Journal: A Relationship Book: Prompts and Practices for Navigating Non-Monogamy (Paperback)


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Understand yourself and thrive in non-monogamy

Being attuned to yourself allows you to more authentically share yourself with others. Whether you’ve just started considering an open relationship or you’ve been non-monogamous for years, this guided relationship journal can help you explore yourself and your needs as you navigate polyamory.

What sets this book apart from other polyamorous relationship books:
  • A primer on polyamory—Learn more about what polyamory is, the difference between ethical and unethical non-monogamy, the various types of polyamorous relationship structures, and more.
  • Relevant topics—This journal highlights themes that can help you succeed in healthy polyamorous relationships, like fortifying your self-security, establishing and honoring boundaries, and working through jealousy.
  • A mix of exercises—Better understand your values and desires through journal prompts, quotes, Q&As, and interactive activities like creating a vision board or writing a manual for anyone who might want to be in a relationship with you.

Discover more about yourself and polyamory through the nonjudgmental approach in this guided journal.
KATE KINCAID is a licensed professional counselor. She founded and runs a group private practice that specializes in working with LGBTQIA+ clients, people in ethically non-monogamous relationships, perinatal mental health, psychedelic integration, and ketamine-assisted psychotherapy. She’s also the co-creator of Southwest Love Fest, a conference on relationships, identity, and community.
Product Details ISBN: 9781638073772
ISBN-10: 1638073775
Publisher: Rockridge Press
Publication Date: February 22nd, 2022
Pages: 180
Language: English
“Be warned: this vibrant journal is for practice and interactive reading. If you’re hoping to just mindlessly consume information and avoid thinking critically, pick a different one! Rich with prompts and well-designed so it’s welcoming to write in, this educational journal kicks off with a critical section on values to create a foundation for better practicing polyamory and deepens from there. Set yourself up for even greater success by pairing this journal with some of the resources named at the end!” —Aida Manduley, LICSW, award-winning activist, international presenter, & trauma-focused therapist

“Kate has put her brilliant counseling experiences into this thought-provoking guide and has provided the perfect journal for all of us who are ethically non-monogamous. She essentially guides us toward relationship success, piece-by-piece, putting together the questions that mold our relationships' viability. At a time where polyamory and ethical non-monogamy are stepping into the mainstream, this book should be in the hands of anyone who is thinking of going this route or who has been actively practicing. And as practitioners, we need to offer this book to every single one of our ENM clients. The content is riveting and refreshing and will be relevant for years to come.” —Marla Renee Stewart, MA, sexologist, co-author of The Ultimate Guide to Seduction & Foreplay and co-editor of An Intersectional Approach to Sex Therapy

“I found this to be such a useful workbook for polyamorous persons to identify what their genuine needs and values are for their relationships, which don’t fit the traditional scripts given to us. It’s also a great tool for people to work through alongside their partners. A great resource.” —Evita “Lavitaloca” Sawyers, polyamorous educator, content creator, and coach

“What a fantastic non-monogamy resource! In Polyamory Journal: A Relationship Book, Kate Kincaid's years of therapeutic experience and wisdom truly shine through, supporting the reader in the inner work and relationship skills needed to traverse non-monogamy. You will undoubtedly find rich reflections and powerful tools to empower you in navigating your non-monogamy journey!” —Jessica Fern, MS, psychotherapist, coach and author of Polysecure