Charis welcomes Sander T. Jones for a celebration of Cultivating Connection: A practical guide for personal and relationship growth in ethical non-monogamy. Sander will chat with readers, take photos, and sign books in person at Charis Books and More. No reservation or ticket required. Masks are encouraged inside the store.
About Cultivating Connection: Cultivating Connection is the most comprehensive relationship skills and conflict resolution book available for ethical non-monogamy.
Do you want to feel confident that your boundaries, or a partner's, are healthy and ethical? Cultivating Connection teaches four simple questions so that you can know when to defend your boundaries and when to look inward and do your own growth work. This book makes explicit the interconnections between ethics, boundaries, interpersonal power, and individual human rights.
Cultivating Connection also teaches how to come back together and work as a team to resolve conflicts in a compassionate and collaborative way with easy to understand techniques, relatable real life examples, and tons of practical advice.
Written in everyday language, by an experienced therapist, this book is affirming and inclusive of BIPOC, LGBTQ+ readers, readers engaging in power dynamics, and is written specifically for people practicing ethical non-monogamy. Cultivating Connection will absolutely change the way you and your partners communicate, problem-solve, and repair your relationships.
Sander T. Jones, LCSW, LISW-CP, CCH is a clinical social worker, certified hypnotherapist, and author in Atlanta, Georgia. Sander has over 10 years’ experience working with people in ethically non-monogamous relationships, people in the kink/BDSM/Leather communities, LGBTQ+ communities, and people doing voluntary sex work.
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