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Therapy and Yoga: Exercise for Mind Body Connection

There’s been plenty of research done about how yoga does wonders for anyone experiencing anxiety. It’s something I use to manage my own worry and I frequently suggest it to clients. Taking time to center and focus the mind is one tool clinicians can use to combat anxiety in clients. Yet sometimes clients complain about… Read More Therapy and Yoga: Exercise for Mind Body Connection

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Womanhood and The Shame of Body Hair

Womanhood and the Shame of Body Hair Shaving or not; growing or not; lasering or not; waxing or not, is all a political statement. To have hair or to not says something: good, bad, or otherwise. What you do with or without your body hair are not Earth shattering statements of mind, body, or soul,… Read More Womanhood and The Shame of Body Hair

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The Political Statement of Body hair

“I’m going to do it!” I yelled down to my partner who was blissfully unaware I had taken a shower. “I am going to stop shaving because who the hell cares? I don’t–– you don’t–– not that that matters because you’d love me no matter what and bigger still,” I was talking to myself at this… Read More The Political Statement of Body hair

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Vulvas Are Not Ugly

Vulvas Are Not Ugly “All vaginas are ugly.” “What?” “All vaginas are ugly.” “Vaginas are just tunnels- love tunnels!” “No they are ugly.” “Are you talking about the outside?” *Shakes Head* “So you mean the vulva?” “Yeah, sure. They are still ugly.” “You realize you have one right?” *Silence*