The New Monogamy

Nelson, Tammy
July 2010
Psychotherapy Networker Magazine;Jul/Aug2010, Vol. 34 Issue 4, p20
The article focuses on the author's insights on the new monogamy in marriage. She stresses that couples of today feel far less encumbered by the social, legal, and moral stricture of traditional marriage and its obligations. She asserts that monogamy is a conscious choice made by human beings, stressing the significance of a long-term, connected , monogamous relationship for better parenting.


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