162: Ep 162 -The Open Nesters (Tessa + Amir)

Tessa and Amir have been together for over 30 years and opened their relationship just about a decade ago. The discussion with them is all about enjoying the journey in life. Their first exposure to non-monogamy was when a friend told them they should check out a swinger’s club because the dancing was great and the rest is history! Over the years their dynamic and approach has evolved but they haven’t stopped enjoying the adventure together. If you love what these two have to say, you’re definitely going to want to check out their new podcast https://theopennesters.comCheck out the full show notes here.Click here to join our January 16 Virtual Meet and Greet!

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