One night in the bath, my 3-year-old accidentally stabbed me in the face with a toy unicorn. Shocked, I yelled out, causing him to cry. I hastily wrapped him in his favorite green towel. “Can I kiss it better?” I … Continue reading
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Tagged accidents, bath time, Ben Bernstein, booboo, children, conversation, injury, love, parenting, reacation, shame, toys, unicorn
Sex and masturbation are important parts of many people’s overall well-being — so why do you still keep your lube in a shoebox shoved under the bed? Start making your sexual wellness a priority by moving your sexytime accoutrements to … Continue reading
Posted in Reflections
Tagged accoutrements, Comfort level, creativity, Dirty talk, erotica, health and wellness, humor, intimacy, lovers, masturbation, passion, pleasure, quirkness, realtionship, respect, romance, sex, sexytime, shame, stimulation, subtlety
My girlfriend and I just moved in together. (I relocated to her town.) We’re very happy, but I have a problem: The walls in our apartment are thin. And I often hear her use the bathroom without washing her hands … Continue reading
Posted in Clinical Supervision, Reading
Tagged awkward, cleanliness, communication, conversation, dating, defensive, embrassment, enabler, Personal hygiene, realationships, respectful, safe space, shame, truthful, What would you do ?
Since the beginning of the pandemic, I have been shocked by the amount of racist political language aimed at Asian-Americans and the spike in hate crimes against the community. As a white person, I feel ashamed that I didn’t focus … Continue reading
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Tagged allies, BIPOC, communication, community, education, friendship, guilt, hate crimes, history, political language, profiling, racial profiling, racism, racist, Secondary, shame, trauma, traumatized, violence, What would you do ?