Monthly Archives: March 2012

Brene Brown on Vulnerability – Take 2

In past posts I’ve mentioned one of my favorite TED Talks, one by Brene Brown, a PhD researcher who studies, among other things, vulnerability (click to watch video). In addition to enjoying her speaking style I really enjoy how she … Continue reading

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Diving in the Deep End…

When I hear those lyrics I am reminded of so many of my clients. They come into therapy wanting deeper, more connected relationships.  They have some idea of where there want to be.  They’ve waded into a relationship and they … Continue reading

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Book Review: Naked at Our Age: Talking Out Loud About Senior Sex by Joan Price

My review of Naked at Our Age: Talking Out Loud About Senior Sex by Joan Price was published in the March issue of AASECT’s “Contemporary Sexuality.”  As promised, here it is. ——————————– Naked at Our Age: Talking Out Loud About … Continue reading

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Balancing Desire and Reason

I’ve said this before – we don’t seem to like moderation or balance.  I don’t know if it is humans in general or something specific to our society. Whether it is diets or medical treatments or even politics we want … Continue reading

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