Category: coaching

One of the hardest challenges life can present is the loss of a life partner. Grief is a small word, but it carries a lot of weight, and can completely change your world. There’s no one clear path back to wholeness: the road is different for everyone, and it is never an easy one. That […]

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New years are full of resolutions, and if you’re like most people, they might include “losing those 10 pounds” or “quitting smoking” or “taking more me time.” These are all fine and good, but what if you challenged yourself to go above and beyond the usual resolutions? What if you set up seven goals that […]

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Everybody has acquaintances, from a coworker to a cashier at the supermarket to your cousin’s neighbor’s mother twice removed. Some of these acquaintances are just fleeting memories, and others have a time and a place where they make sense to stay in your life. They can be positive or negative, but acquaintances usually lack deep […]

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Bear Aware In 1979, George Mazzei wrote an article in The Advocate called “Who’s Who in the Zoo?” and identified seven types of gay men in the form of animals1. Since then, some further definitions have evolved, and we now have titles like bears, otters, wolves, cubs, chubs, pups, bulls, twinks, twunks, gym bunnies, jocks, […]

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Answer: we all do. But there are a lot of misconceptions out there that can get in the way of seeking help. Only broken people need help. If you seek counseling from a psychiatrist, therapist, or life coach, you must have serious problems. People who seek this form of help have conditions like schizophrenia, PTSD, […]

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Do you find yourself telling yourself that it’s normal to go without sex for several months . . . when you are in a long term relationship, or even living with your partner? Are you reminding myself that you and your partner are still intimate and affectionate, that you keep saying ‘I love you?’ Do […]

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 Did you know that as many as 18 percent of adults will suffer from anxiety at some point in their lifetimes? Depression is also quite common, affecting an estimated 16 million people, or 6.9 percent of the population.* These emotional issues can have a significant impact on one’s life, and can affect everything from work […]

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Do you often find yourself in a bad mood? Do you feel isolated, or battle self-esteem and/or identity issues? These issues can be very devastating emotionally, and can lead one into a downward spiral of negativity, to a place filled with despair, sorrow, and depression. You can break the cycle of negativity. The key is […]

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