Jealousy can have an enormous impact on some people, so it is no surprise that people (especially those who practice consensual non-monogamy) think, talk, and write about it quite a bit. In “Jealousy Survival Guide”, Kitty Chambliss does the homework for you and collects the best tidbits on life and emotions to give you inspiration and provide tools to gain and practice new skills. Combining her own life experience with these pearls of wisdom, Kitty focuses on jealousy in consensually non-monogamous relationships, what it is, how it expresses, and specific ways to manage it. Kitty’s frank discussion of her own struggles with jealousy and focus on specific skills and techniques — without a shred of blame — makes “Jealousy Survival Guide” a delightfully useful read for anyone struggling with jealousy or consensually non-monogamous relationships and polyamory.
This is a comprehensive guidebook and step-by-step template for recognizing feelings of jealousy and insecurity as they come up with effective tools for sorting through those emotions, and when, if, and how to bring up challenging or potentially emotionally charged conversations with loved ones.
What People are Saying about “Jealousy Survival Guide”
“I’m only a few chapters into Kitty’s ‘Jealousy Survival Guide’ but have already felt the positive impact her book has had on me personally. Her book has helped me recognize some of the reasons I am the person I am today and areas of my personality which can use improvement. This book covers so much more than jealousy and relationships. It allows for the discovery of oneself and helps pave an optimistic path for growth. I look forward to what the remaining chapters have in store for me and the journey ahead!”
— Tina C., Relationship Coaching Client
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Kitty Chambliss is a polyamorous and sex-positive speaker, author, educator, relationship coach, activist, and founder of Loving Without Boundaries (LWB). Since 2012 LWB has over 220 blog posts and 70 podcasts to date. Kitty’s work has been featured in “Stories From the Polycule”, Multiamory, SwingTowns, PostModern Woman, the YoushareProject, the upcoming book “Coming Out Poly”, and other publications around the globe. She has also been a special guest panelist and speaker on radio shows, international and national conferences, and more. She is also a dual-certified (CPC and ELI-MP) relationship coach having graduated from The Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching (IPEC). Kitty has made it her life’s mission to make thriving relationships — even unconventional ones — attainable to everyone.
Within two years of authoring her blog, Kitty’s work received the Bad Girl Bloggers Award and now has 4,000+ followers. Within the first three weeks of production, her LWB podcast reached the status of New & Noteworthy on iTunes under the categories of Sexuality and Health. She enjoys interviewing world-renowned authors, speakers, educators, therapists, and authorities in the fields of ethical non-monogamy, relationships, and even a “coming out coach.”
“How do you handle jealousy?” is quite often the first question many people and clients ask when they hear about and delve into open relationships. Kitty has worked with many clients privately over the past three years helping everyone (from singles to triads and beyond) have more deeply fulfilling love lives.