• It seems to me that many of us parents would prefer to not talk with our kids about sexuality. In fact, we so dislike the idea, that we’ve culturally decided that it should only be discussed one time. As in,

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    Despite the insecurity that comes along with speaking my thoughts and having them recorded, it has been done, so I thought I would share that information with you. You can access the four talks on sexuality (which I talk

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    Let’s talk about sex, baby. Let’s talk about you and me. Let’s talk about all the good things and the bad things that can be. Let’s talk ab-o-o-o-w-w-t sex. Let’s talk about sex.

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    I’ve been reading this book called Love Does, in which the author describes all sorts of incredible capers he’s been a part of. Things like freeing imprisoned children in Uganda, inviting world leaders over

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    That’s right… after spending the past few years in Virginia getting my doctorate in psychology, I’m now back home in Colorado and am accepting new counseling clients. I have an office in a great part

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    Have you ever had the feeling that you shouldn’t have done something? Imagine this sense was a voice that constantly barraged you with all the ways you have failed. Women with eating disorders experience this

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    Isn’t it interesting that by the time some parents are tossing out parenting books, others are deciding to write them? Is it because the latter group has kids who have “turned out?” Have you ever

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    “Shame corrodes the part of us that desires change.” Brené Brown Shame’s ability to block growth and unravel connection has been the main reason I wanted to study shame. I am a professional in

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    I re-watched the movie Lars and the Real Girl the other day, and then again last night. I just feel full after watching it. If you'll indulge me, I shall describe why: I love the way the community loves this weird guy

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    All right… well, clearly, blogging is not my primary vocation. My apologies for such a long absence. In my counseling practice, one of the things that broke my heart was the way shame seemed to get in the way

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