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Kenya said: 'For me, open relating and polyamory benefits my relationship in numerous ways.'Opening our marriage to polyamory has made our marriage stronger because we can actually tell the truth.'Carl agrees: 'We are very open and honest with each other.For the first time in our lives I felt like we were able to be completely transparent on all levels.'The duo actively looks for multiple partners on Tinder and, and have even had each other's lovers living in the family home.And with relationship dynamics evolving, Carl and Kenya use their own experiences to help others wanting to dip their toes in the polyamory pool, which they freely admit is not easy. She matched a vision I had of the woman I was going to marry. If I want something, then Kenya should be able to have that same thing.'Instead of breaking up, Carl and Kenya decided to both became free to have multiple lovers.'Discussing polyamory was extremely difficult at first. It was really challenging,' Kenya admitted.'Two years of discussion and then I went first [on a date].He told me to go first and have another boyfriend outside of our marriage.Like my fun, my magnetism, my sensual energy was depleting.Now I feel like I'm a mother, I'm a wife and I'm a lover - I'm a goddess!My jealousies and insecurities really came out.'Whilst accustoming to their new way of loving, the parents also came out to their three children Senbi, 19, Sanu, 16 and 12-year-old Kaheri.Kenya said: 'From the time that we opened, we told our children.

I mean putting aside their lifestyle, they like to dance in public. He said: 'I would not go into something which is clearly not as good as what my parents have.'Further down the line I will definitely consider doing the poly thing, 100 percent.' The couple with Kaheri, Senbi and Sanu, who says: 'My parents first gave me the talk when I was seven-years-old. I wasn't interested in talking about it until I started puberty'Carl and Kenya have never looked back since becoming polyamorous and they firmly believe opening their marriage has made them stronger.

Kenya told Barcroft TV: 'Carl and I have been open for 12 years.

We enjoy it so much that we support other people coming into this lifestyle.'We deal with every kind of problem, from people cheating on their spouse, people who want to open their relationship and people who want to learn how to relate to one person.'Carl added: 'I think poly relationships are becoming a lot more common.

The couple from Asheville, North Carolina, actively look for multiple partners on Tinder and dating sites, and insist their children are comfortable with their 'boyfriends' and 'girlfriends' living in the family home.

Carl, 46, and Kenya, 42, invited cameras to their 'modern love' therapy sessions to reveal what it's like living as a polyamorous couple - in and out of the bedroom.

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