My nervous system has a hard time adjusting to shorter, colder, wetter days.
Dating as a non-monogamous person feels weird as fuck right now.
Things I love about what I do as a coach who works with polyamorous and non-monogamous clients:
Some signs that you're nervous system is overwhelmed by peopleing:
Conventional break up wisdom says that we grieve for the person who is no longer in our lives, we grieve feeling the void left by their absence, and our nervous system struggles to adjust to an ecology of co-regulation without them.
As much as we are hungry for connection right now, it's important to practice moving into connection without rushing.