Sex and Intimacy in the Era of COVID-19


 COVID-19 is dramatically changing the way people share intimacy and date. This is affecting a lot of people, particularly single people who are dating or seeking new partners, people who are in established relationships who don’t live together, people who live together but don’t want to share germs, and polyamorous people, who may live […]

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The Disaster That Forced Me To Move My Practice Online


Right now, therapists around the globe are being forced to rethink their practices, learn how to move to online sessions, and deal with the financial ramifications of a slump in their practices—on top of the pandemic anxiety and associated losses, changes in responsibility, and shifts in community involvement that everyone’s experiencing.  Two years ago, the […]

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What Does It Mean To “Hold Steady?”

Couple fighting

I often use the term “holding steady” in my work, and in my blog. But what is “holding steady”? Holding steady is a key relationship skill–for all relationships, romantic and otherwise–because it is foundational to sharing your truth with others, as well as hearing someone else’s. Today I’m going to take a moment to describe […]

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