Looks like things are heating up in the political world, but what can we do about it?… Read More How to Create Change in Our Political Climate (USA)
Repeat this with me: TEARS DO NOT ASK PERMISSION. I’ve worked with some amazing therapists and community members throughout my career, but recently I worked with an editor that threw me for a loop. She told me, flat out, that men do not cry and that my characters could not be strong if they cried… Read More Strength in Tears: Dawn Among the Stars and Breaking Stereotyes
Humans were not originally monogamous. Key the controversy. Jokes aside, we were not meant to be monogamous creatures. We are literally animals. Society created the idea that monogamy is the star we should be reaching for our whole lives. It’s a great star if that’s your cup of tea too. But, does being monogamous mean… Read More Can I Have a Crush and a Significant Other?
“A successful marriage requires falling in love many times, always with the same person.” Mignon McLaughlin *Guest Post By: RecWarehouse Boy and girl meet, a man and a woman kiss, and the next thing you know, if they are lucky, they are in a relationship spanning months, or maybe even years. A long-term commitment to another… Read More Ways to Heat up Your Love Life at Home
Self-Care can be a challenge in our busy lives, but finding at least 5 minutes a day can be a game changer. I sit down with Sarah Crawley to talk about what she does to take care of herself with her busy schedule. Sarah is a special guest on the blog because we’ve started working… Read More Self-Care: Tips and Ideas to Lead a Happy and Healthy Life
There comes a time in every clinician’s life where they find themselves looking around their office and realize the inspiration to help clients is just not there. For me it wasn’t only that, it was the feedback from my clients that made me wonder: is this the space for me? My old space, that I’ve… Read More New Office, Who This?