Amazing Non-Monogamous Relationships Workshop

Join BTS members December 1st and 8th from 6 to 8:30 at Seattle Central Community College for a workshop put on by the Northwest Network of Bi, Trans, Lesbian and Gay Survivors of Abuse.  See the wonderful description below, contact information on the flier (register by November 17):

*Building Amazing Non-monogamous Relationships!*

A Relationship Skills Booster Class
Wednesdays, Dec. 1st and 8th
6-830pm @ Seattle Central Community College (Capitol Hill)

Interested in information and skills to build relationships outside of a monogamous model!? Come! Whether you have had years of practice in open, non-monogamous relationships or just beginning to think about how to integrate this into your life, this is for you!

The focus will not be on discussions of different models of non-monogamy, polyamory and open relationships and their strengths and challenges (though there will be information presented based on these experiences), but rather on how to *self-reflect*, *build skills* and *develop a model of relationships that work for you*!

*Topics include:*

Handling Jealousy
Setting Boundaries
Practical Skills
Staying Connected and more!

This class is open to:
Previous Relationship Skills Class Participants; Bisexual people & their friends & loved ones; Trans people & their friends & loved ones; All LGBTQ people & their friends & loved ones!

*Come one, come all. Come regardless of relationship status or relationship history.*
*Interpreters are available *

(Please register by Wednesday, November 17th)
Suggested Donation: $40. No one will be turned away for the lack of funds!


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