She spent 15 years working for Central Florida theme parks and frequently travels with her disabled father.Fritscher's work can be found in both print and online mediums, including Visual Travel In my most recent blog on Psychology Today I explore the experiences that polyamorous folks report with prejudice and discrimination.https:// Leave a comment Filed under Blog, children, consensual nonmonogamy, diversity, Families, human rights, love, marriage, Media, non-monogamy, open relationships, Polyamory, Psychology Today, race, Race and Ethnicity, racism, relationships, Research, sex, sexuality, social equality, social justice, Uncategorized, White Privilege Tagged as discrimination, polyamory, polyphobia, prejudice The second in my blog series on kids in polyamorous families just went up today — you can find it at https:// Leave a comment Filed under Blog, children, consensual nonmonogamy, Families, non-monogamy, open relationships, Polyamory, Psychology Today, relationships, Research, Uncategorized Tagged as children, families, polyamory My most recent post on Psychology Today is the first in a series on children in polyamorous families and focuses on their age-dependent experiences and three reasons these kids seem to be in such good shape.Read More…“Does Grief Counseling Cause More Harm Than Good?
Adolescence is a tough time for parents as well as children.
Although it's true that some people marry their high school sweethearts, adolescent relationships often operate much differently than those of adults.
According to developmental psychologist Erik Erikson, adolescence is marked by the search for an identity.
For example, day-to-day in the relationship you may feel alone but not quite understand why.
You may feel like you're always saying the wrong thing and making your partner angry, but you have no idea what set them off.