Category Archives: 2007 and earlier

These are articles written in 2007 or before.

The Coming Out Process

Claiming Your True Self “Coming Out” is an expression that can take several different meanings, depending on the context. At a most fundamental level, it signifies the act of becoming public or known. In some cases, it can mean announcing … Continue reading

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Can We Talk?

A Primer on Effective Communication by Claire Scott, PhD Hopefully by now you’ve memorized my earlier article on communication. That article covered the basics of listening and speaking and can be found in the article archives on this website if … Continue reading

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Boundaries

by Molly Keaton, PhD What is a boundary? All life forms have boundaries and each part of our bodies has physical limits, from the skin to the membranes covering nerves and muscles. When our physical boundaries are invaded (when we … Continue reading

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Personality Drive Pointers through Exploring the Enneagram – Part 2

by Metta Sweet Johnson, LCSW, MAT Note: This is the second of a series of articles on the Enneagram. I recommend you read my first article on this subject in order to get the most out of this one. What … Continue reading

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Personality Drive Pointers through Exploring the Enneagram – Part 1

by Metta Sweet Johnson, LMSW, MAT You may have heard a lot of talk lately about personality type tests and how they’re used to help people with career choices, relationship issues, and personal growth. They’re also used by businesses to … Continue reading

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