Your Relationship Is A Balancing Act Between “I” and “We”
When it comes to our relationships we’re all bipolar in the colloquial sense. We think “I want to be me separate, distinct, unique.” AND we
Slow Down (apply to as many situations as needed).
There’s good data that shows none of us are as good at multitasking as we think we are. Actually we’re terrible multitaskers. We do our
Define Winning For Yourself
Define winning for yourself or you’ll lose the comparison game. We all need to feel successful. It’s fundamental to building and maintaining lasting self esteem.
Get Relief But Don’t Forget to Find Joy
Relief isn’t joy but it sure does feel good. If you’ve been hurting physically or emotionally in that chronic way that seems too common these
So You Can Give. How Are You at Receiving?
Receiving love is a skill and some of us aren’t good at it. What makes hearing nice things about ourselves so uncomfortable? Many of us
Update Your Lexicon (every two years)
Cisgender straightish white men shouldn’t define the language that identifies women, people of color, the LGBTQIA community, differently abled people, or any other diverse population.
Insistent, Consistent, Persistent
“How do I know if my child is really transgender?” is the most common question I’ve gotten since I started my sex educator and sex
Your Emotions Are Your Sixth Sense
Your emotions are your 6th sense. They’re full of all kinds of information. Problem is it’s all in code. Crack to code by becoming emotionally