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The Power of Positive Self-Talk! – By Gabriel Arroyo

Many of us are familiar with the saying You’re your own worst enemy. While it’s all too easy to fixate of our own shortcomings, why can’t we do just opposite Read More

Sex & Porn Addition: Is it Real or just an Excuse for “Bad” Behavior

With gratitude and joy, I present a wonderfully informative guest blog about Sex Addiction by an amazing colleague and friend, Mari A. Lee, LMFT, CSAT-S   Sex Addiction: Real or Excuses? I found my Read More

Trans* 101 Part 2 – Questions & Answers

Trans* 101  Part 2Part 1 of Trans* 101 covered some basic (yet still sometimes misunderstood) aspects concerning transgenderism. This portion of our blog series will continue with more foundational pieces Read More

To All the Trans Folks who are Not Bruce Jenner

Friday night was a wonderful night for the transgender community. An interview with Bruce Jenner, conducted by Diane Sawyer, went as well as it could have. Many folks in the Read More

Happiness: Part 2 – What is it? How Can I Get it?

In our previous post we explored the meaning of happiness and how it manifests itself in our lives. There are many practices and habits that we can incorporate into our Read More

Happiness: Part 1 – What is it? How Can I Get it?

What is happiness? Often when we think of happy people, we think of people who are optimistic, always positive, smiling and cheerful. They rarely complain and generally seem to have Read More

Intimate Partner Violence – What it is and How to Help

A special thank you and deep gratitude to Dr. Aisha Dixon-Peters for this incredible, in depth blog about intimate partner violence.     Intimate Partner Violence – What it is and How to HelpAisha Read More

Violence in Relationships

Violence in Relationships Blog Series First: The Facts  You may wonder why I chose this topic for a blog series, and why at this time of year? Shouldn’t we instead be making Read More

Violence in Relationships

Our current blog series focuses on relationship violence.  Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) is a serious but preventable issue that affects individuals from all walks of life. Women, men and those Read More

Sizes and Shapes and Boxes

I’ve been hearing a lot lately about weight and bodies. A LOT.  Once a couple of weeks ago, while at the gym, I was near three 20-something young men, working Read More

Setting Healthy Boundaries ( 5 Easy Tips!)

Have you noticed that some people just don’t seem to understand the concept of personal space? I’m sure you’ve experienced someone standing a little too close when talking to you, Read More

Loss of Robin Williams

According to the National Institutes for Mental Health, Major depression is one of the most common mental disorders in the United States. The World Health Organization (WHO; 2010), reports major depression Read More

Invisible Illness

“I wish I looked as good as you do when I’m sick.” Every time I park my car in a handicap parking spot I feel people’s eyes on me as I Read More

Seriously Scheduled or Mindful Mommy (and dad)?

Okay…confession time. Sometimes as I sit coloring/painting/building legos with my kids, my mind is in a totally different place. It’s usually scrolling down a mental calendar of our schedule; what Read More

Transgender Identity

Individuals identifying as transgender seem to be much more visible in the media in recent weeks. The groundbreaking cover of Time Magazine, featuring Laverne Cox, is just one example. It Read More

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