“Limitations in language reveal unexamined cultural blind spots, a surfeit
“Do you think you could tell me the 2 or 3 most important things to remember when
“It’s good to meet you,” he says, grinning, extending his hand, but neither
What is the story we tell ourselves about what it means to divorce? What are our
Remembering that silent time in his office, it strikes me that he taught me something
Welcome to 2021!
Especially as we crest the start of the New Year, I am thinking
As people in the helping professions, is it ever ok–ethically, humanly–to
Is the phrase “vicarious trauma” out-of-date? A relic from another era that tries
This post is taken from a longer Keynote Address delivered at the Through the Eyes
Appeared in The Oregonian, February 25, 2014.
If Cheryl Strayed’s Wild was