Dear Fearful Ones,

Dear Fearful Ones,

Dear Fearful Ones, I see you.  I am one of you.  Fear is now the most common feeling I connect with when I go outside and what I speak about with clients and loved ones.  The fear on others’ faces and in their hearts is real and so is this intense grief.  Grieving...
Accepting Myself

Accepting Myself

Throughout our lives we grow and change, sometimes on a day to day basis. The experiences we have impact how we see the world, how we feel safe in the world and sometimes how we identify. Our identities are diverse; how we identify ourselves can range from personality...
We Grow Up

We Grow Up

While watering my garden on a pretty day this past summer, a young man and his male partner and dog approached.  The tall, blond man asked if I had once lived on another street. Reluctantly, I said yes.  Smiling widely, he said, “I am the Mormons.” Waiting...
National Coming Out Day

National Coming Out Day

I realized I was a lesbian at the age of ten but was unable to do anything about it because I really didn’t know what that meant.   I was too young to understand sexuality in that way, but I look back on that now and know what gender warmed me most at that age.  I got...