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You may need ear muffs for this post, because there will be frank discussions of a sexual nature. This afternoon, as the final part of my project in multicultural counseling, I attended a meeting of Sex Addicts Anonymous (SAA). I am not a sex addict,...

Anyone who knows me well has undoubtedly encountered my wonder in the mystical. I believe in the real magic of the Universe. I pet all the puppers. I take pictures of every rainbow I see. And, there are quite a few unicorns around my house....

Have you ever asked yourself why Rick James couldn’t bring his girl home to mother?  Honestly, I hadn’t given it much thought until today.  I assumed that his girl’s proclivity for kink made her unacceptable in some form or fashion to Rick’s mom.  Me?  I have always been of...

In her seminal book, The Artist’s Way, Julia Cameron sets forth a method for maintaining a dynamic creative practice....

In her work on shame, Brene Brown talks about the concept of “foreboding joy” and how joy is one of the most difficult and vulnerable emotions we face. When I first heard her talk about the subject, she used an example of a parent standing over the crib...

As Hurricane Harvey ravishes the Texas Gulf Coast, there is no doubt Mother Nature is a bad motherfucker. The swirling winds are terrifying and the rain continues to fall. I know the worst is yet to come in Houston. We are expected to have several more days of...

Throughout my education, but especially as a young child, school was always extremely easy for me. I had to put forth very little effort to excel....

"Every new beginning comes from some other beginning’s end…” --Closing Time, Semisonic (1998)...

Well, ok, technically fear is a four-letter word. And, it even begins with the letter “f”. But, fear is a liar....

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