Episode 30 – We Trippin

In this episode, with our special guest, we kind of let it all fly and vent and discuss some of our more crazy and messed up experiences in the polyam lifestyle. Our guest, Jesus, gives us some insight into her experiences and we just have a lot of fun. Get ready to laugh and maybe say “wtf am I even listening to here” in this, our 30th episode, in the days and life of Polysaturated.

Episode 29 – Poly Quarantine

In this episode, we got the family together to talk about tips and hints and healthy ways for you and your polycule to soar through these trying times. Yes, it’s a serious and concerning time. Can you still make the best of it? ABSOLUTLEY! We’ll get through this together. Check our social media for links to the resources mentioned during the podcast.

The Tapping Solution – Eft
Is this episode we mentioned tools to help bring calm and stress relief. There is actually a Corona virus anxiety meditation/tapping session as well as many more valuable resources.

https://thetappingsolution.app.link/GetTTSApp

Sounds True
This site is full of webinars and meditations geared toward empowering and uplifting you as well as calming and destressing.

Resilience in Challenging Times | Free Mindfulness Courses for Overcoming Fear & Anxiety in 2020

Museum Collection Coloring Books
We mentioned these. Xan’s girlfriend sent us this link and I squeed when I saw some of the images… I can’t wait to start printing these pages

http://www.openculture.com/2019/02/download-free-coloring-books-from-113-museums.html

Article on National Parks that may possibly be free
https://www.cnn.com/2020/03/18/politics/national-parks-service-coronavirus/index.html

Virtual School Activities
We discussed this link where kids of all ages can go and take virtual tours of so many places – and much much more fun learning things to occupy. Check them all out.
https://virtualschoolactivities.com

Melissa Etheridge’s Live Stream
https://www.facebook.com/etheridge.nation.1

Steam Powered Giraffe’s Live Stream
https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=10157775445666355&id=67971536354&d=null&vh=e

Jay Schwed Traveling Gyspy Jay Sound Healer

https://www.facebook.com/jay.schwed

So, send us your resources and tools and activities that you’re utilizing during this quarantine and what you think of the resources we’ve listed above. .

Episode 28 – Bediquette

Bediquette. It’s important in a polycule to consider the needs of your partners. Sleeping schedules and varying needs can be a lot to juggle – but you can do it successfully.

Episode 27 – Fear

Being afraid is a defense mechanism that has been programmed into our DNA as a means of survival to meet our basic needs. Fears serve a purpose to make us aware of potential danger. Best way to quell fear to acknowledge it and embrace it, assess the risk versus potential gain, and proceed. In this episode we talk about the normal fears of taking the leaps that living your best life may require.

Episode 25 – Rules and stuff

Moreso than in amost previous episodes we stay off topic – but our topic is on rules this week. I guess we should have made a RULE to stay on topic. HA!! NOT! Join us anyway to see how and if rules can help or hinder your relationships.

Episode 24 – Cheating vs Poly

#Don’tBeaDick is what we said we were going to tagline this episode. Basically, we bounced around and explained the ways that polyamory is the polar opposite of cheating and take you on a ride with us in and around, up and down and back again through our collective rabbit holes.

Episode – His name is John [TRIGGER WARNING]

[TRIGGER WARNING] : Suicide, death, sadness, mental illness, mental health, grieving, self-harm, trauma, depression, loss of child.
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Our son, who you know as Gelt, has/…had (we still don’t know how we’re supposed to say that)… a name. His name is John. We debated about having an episode about this at all – about talking about it at all – about anything at all – but, honestly, if we had to fake a pushing of some sort of other episode out right now, we couldn’t bring ourselves to do it – and we don’t know when we – if we – will ever quite be back to our old chipper selves. So, we did what we have promised you all along and kept it poly real – because this is real life. Though we still hope it’s just a nightmare – but we have lived too many horrible days of this process to have that question any longer. If more people discussed the uncomfortable things – the horrible things – the unmentionables… If they could muster the strength and lift their crying eyes off their pillows and tell their truths through the pain and the tears and if more people could just sit and listen – REALLY listen, we really feel the stigma would go down and awareness and more means to help those who are suffering would also improve. Through this episode, we snotted all over our microphones, held each other’s hands, took quite a few breaks, and mustered up all the strength we could, and made ourselves discuss the most horrific event we have faced or probably ever will – our son’s suicide. Grab your tissues and grieve with us on this episode where we discuss the loss of a brilliant light to this world – our son, our other children’s sibling. He took his own life January 16th of this year at 21 years old. He was so much to so many. He lost his battle with depression. Our lives are shattered.

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
1-800-273-8255

Home

Compassionate Friends

Home

Crisis Text Line
741-741 (United States)
686-868 (Canada)
85258 (United Kingdom)

Survivors of Suicide
http://www.survivorsofsuicide.com/

The Trevor Project
LGBTQ Help line
1-866-488-7386

National Runaway Safeline

Home

Episode 23 – Break Ups

Breakups. Complicated. We said “complicated” a lot in this episode. Why? Well, it’s a great word to describe what can be a hellacious experience for any relationship dynamic. Join us as we get vulnerable and keep it very poly-real while still managing to have some fun. Join us in this week’s episode at Heartbreak Hotel on Breaking Up.

Episode 22 – Green Flags

Everybody and their aunts want to warn you and tell you about all of the “red flags.” Understandably, they are looking out for you. Many times though, we forget about the “green flags.” Knowing what they are and the weight they bare against each other can help you make more informed decisions.

Join us in this episode where we discuss GREEN FLAGS and other miscellaneous topics (as usual).