Being A Healing Professional in Traumatic Times

A mural from State Street in Madison, Wisconsin

Since I last wrote to you, the eyes of the world have been turned to the harm that systemic racism causes in the US and around the world. In the past weeks, we’ve seen militarized crackdowns on nonviolent protesters. We’ve watched police spray tear gas indiscriminately into crowds in the midst of a respiratory pandemic […]

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Polyamory and COVID-19: Staying Connected


Today, I want to discuss polyamory and COVID-19 and staying connected. A lot of this advice can be applied to anyone who’s trying to stay connected with people they’re socially isolated from, including friends, although some of it does, of course, deal with staying connected in a sexual sense.  I’m focusing specifically on polyamorous relationships, […]

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