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My Unconventional Life

Part journal, part interview and discussion, of alternative dating and parenting relationship choices as pertains to the host, Nigel McGuinness.
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Now displaying: March, 2017
Mar 29, 2017

Monologue with more thoughts about moving forward with plans to be a parent after my visit to Australia, as well as a wholly positive dating experience in LA.

Plus the second part of my interview with the fantastic Jase and Dedeker from The Multiamory podcast, talking about their experiences with non-monogamy as pertains to how I might find my place in the world.

Music credit: Cody Nix; https://soundcloud.com/codynixmusic

Mar 22, 2017

Monologue from Australia about staying with my best friend and getting a first-hand insight into being the parent of an 18-month-old.

Plus the first part of my interview with the fantastic Jase and Dedeker from The Multiamory podcast talking about their experiences with non-monogamy and their take on my plan to be a parenting partner.

Music credit: Cody Nix; https://soundcloud.com/codynixmusic

Mar 15, 2017

Monologue about a visit to an old friend in Tennessee and some new insights derived therefrom.

Plus the second interview with my dear Mum, one year on from her first and the first of the podcast, with me now in a very different place.

Music credit: Cody Nix; https://soundcloud.com/codynixmusic

Mar 8, 2017

Monologue about my relationship with Eri becoming more sexual, advice from various friends and family about moving forward, and details of my poly discussion group weekend retreat.

Plus the second part of my interview with my old pal George whose old school worldviews rather conflict with my own.

Music credit: Cody Nix; https://soundcloud.com/codynixmusic

Mar 1, 2017

Monologue about some fears about being a parent after watching The Moaning of Life on Netflix, as the possibility to become a parent becomes more plausible by the week.

Plus the first part of my interview with my old pal George whose old school worldviews rather conflict with my own.

Music credit: Cody Nix; https://soundcloud.com/codynixmusic

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