Is a healthy relationship possible when it involves more than two people?
Traditonally, we view healthy relationships as solely monogamous; a relationship that involves ONLY two people. However, times have changed and some couples have become more open to the idea of a non-monogamous relationship. This stirs up a question: "Can a couple live a happy and healthy non-monogamous relationship?"
Relationship expert LiYana Silver discusses the possiblity of a non-monogamous relationship and the risks involved. She insists that it's completely possible to have a longterm committed relationship without being entirely monogamous. One of the main rules to this success is found in communication. Effective communication can allow for you and your partner to understand eachother's wants and needs in your relationship.
Watch the video above for tips on how to have a healthy non-monogamous relationship.