Working with Sexuality: The Line-Crosser

One of the main dangers, of course, of working with sexuality is that some people – in fact, many people – will try to take advantage of you.  There is a tricky line to be walked between being open about the topic – and at times the presence – of sexuality in a healing context;Continue reading “Working with Sexuality: The Line-Crosser”

We live in a touch-starved society.

We live in a touch-starved society. I loved this blog post on xoJane about the need for casual touch with friends.  It may be an unpopular thing these days, but it makes a lot of sense, given that, well, we’re primates.  We need a lot of touch, and I think that our society would beContinue reading “We live in a touch-starved society.”

Pause and you get eaten. The sheer terror of sitting still.

Originally posted on Live & Learn:
The Sheer Terror of Sitting Still by Mark Morford @ SFGate, Wednesday, June 19, 2013 Pause and you get eaten…Ruthlessly forward is the only perspective, the only direction, the only proper attitude.  Self reflection and mindful presence? Calm and OM and inner stillness? Sounds adorable, but holy hell have…

What are you reading?

Folks, I want to start engaging the blogosphere more, but I tend to find the search for what I’m looking for difficult and disappointing.  Which brings me to two subtly different yet related questions: 1. How do you go about finding blogs you love to read, engage with, and signal boost, based on your interests?Continue reading “What are you reading?”

Bouncing off of my Vulnerability and Shame post the other day, this post popped out at me as a beautifully simple, straightforward and inspiring take on Brene Brown’s original TED talk on vulnerability. Enjoy, and happy Friday.

Originally posted on Live & Learn:
“Nature has many tricks wherewith she convinces man of his infinity, – the ceaseless flow of the tides, the fury of storm, the shock of the earthquake, the long roll of heavens artillery, – but the most tremendous, the most stupefying of all, is the passive phase of the…