September 26, 2016

Many well-meaning funeral attendees, hospital visitors, and family and friends lack an understanding and feel awkward about finding the appropriate and comforting thing to say to the bereaved and caregivers.  The problem with euphemisms is that they tend to downsize an...

September 26, 2016

As a follow-up to my Eight Euphemisms to Avoid Saying at Funerals and Hospitals article, I wanted to take the time to offer more about alternatives to well-intentioned (but not taken as such) euphemisms commonly said at funerals, when visiting the sick, and in sympathy...

I Just received my Certified Sexual Addiction Therapist certification in the mail today.

After 4 weeks of classroom study, 30 hours of supervision, numerous case studies,

and tons of engaging conversations with my peers it is complete. In addition to sexual

addiction, IIT...

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