Why I Love Interviewing Triads

Writer’s Block…

When things are tough in our triad (which they sometimes are), it can be really hard to convince myself to sit down and work on the book. This actually blocked me completely for about six months in 2017. I didn’t want anything to do with the book at all! Things were pretty good in our relationship, but if I planned to write or do research one day, inevitably on that day two of us would be bickering; we would be stressed about the way the kids were behaving; or things in the house would just generally be off.

Of course, with a regular job, you go to work even if your family is having an “off” day. But because I’m specifically writing about triads, I felt like working on the book would just dredge up any issues we were having. The last thing I wanted to do when I stepped away from the family for some quiet time was delve into our relationship issues. Ugh.

Last Chance to Take the Survey!

The Triad Survey is coming down soon…

I’m thrilled to say that the Triad Survey has received over 300 responses! All these answers will be incredibly helpful in giving a voice to polyamorous triads in The Triad Book!

The time has nearly come, though, to compile the data, which means I’ll need to close it to new responses soon. If you have ever been in a triad relationship, or are currently in one, please consider taking the time to fill out the survey if you haven’t already.