MA 146: Fear of Missing Out – Multiamory

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We all know what it feels like to experience FOMO — fear of missing out. Whether it’s scrolling through Facebook and seeing how much more fun everyone else seems to be having, or it’s sitting at home watching a partner head out on an exciting date with a new partner, FOMO can make us feel anxious, angry, frustrated, or just plain sad. This week, we talk about the different pieces of FOMO, how social media can make it worse, and how to counteract it.

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Multiamory’s mission is to provide awareness and education about the ethical practice of non-monogamy through entertaining and accessible content.

Multiamory.com is an information resource, blog, and podcast created by Emily Matlack, Jase Lindgren, and Dedeker Winston. Our insights come from lots of research and years of personal experience with polyamory, but the information found here is useful for people in any type of relationship. Whether you are poly, considering diving into it, or just looking to have better monogamous relationships, our tips and ideas will help you to have the healthiest, happiest dating life possible.

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