Category Archives: Relationships & Intimacy

Living Your Personal Revolution

(inspired by Broadway’s Hamilton: An American Musical) by Metta Sweet Edge, LCSW, MAT I’m past patiently waitin’. I’m passionately smashin’ every expectation, Every action’s an act of creation! I’m laughin’ in the face of casualties and sorrow, For the first … Continue reading

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Seduced by Swiping

By: Elizabeth Edge, LCSW, CSAT Vanity Fair’s article “Tinder is the Night” by Nancy Jo Sales speaks to the culture of quick hookups through online apps such as Tinder. One-night stands and quick sexual fixes seem to be what our … Continue reading

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Letting Go

by Lisa Anyan Smith, Ph.D. “If you love something, set it free.  If it comes back to you, it’s yours.  If it doesn’t, it never was.”  This quote, widely attributed to Richard Bach of “Jonathan Livingston Seagull” fame, conveys the … Continue reading

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How to Be a Good Listener

How to Be a Good Listener: 12 Ways to Listen Closely…and Kindly By Lori Hope (Reprinted from Beliefnet.com) A magnificent array of diverse and unique individuals populate this beautiful planet, but as different as we are, we share at least one fundamental … Continue reading

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The Five Love Languages

By Molly Keeton, Ph.D. The information in this article comes from a book by the same title “The Five Love Languages: The Secret to Love that Lasts” by Gary Chapman. As I was reading this book, I found myself going … Continue reading

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