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What Terms Should I Use When Talking About Sex In Therapy?

When you’re talking about sex with your clients, how do you know what kind of language to use? Lots of therapists have told me that they worry about using the wrong words and end up making their clients feel uncomfortable. How do you strike that balance between “too clinical” and “too casual”? It’s a tricky […]

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Reader Question: What Is Gender Fluidity? (Part 2)

My question has to do with gender fluidity. I understand that we all have male and female within. But somehow I’m finding this concept, when taken to dressing, acting out the parts, and expecting others to respond accordingly, as ridiculous. I feel as if I’m being really old fashioned and very judgmental. (This is part […]

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Reader Question: What Is Gender Fluidity? (Part 1)

My question has to do with gender fluidity. I understand that we all have male and female within. But somehow I’m finding this concept, when taken to dressing, acting out the parts, and expecting others to respond accordingly, as ridiculous. I feel as if I’m being really old fashioned and very judgmental. First, I want […]

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