White folks do harm when trying to save the day.
The more time I have spent focusing on listening to BIPOC vs. “having the answers,” the more effective I have been, both in discussions and in taking action.
How can you lovingly end a relationship? Matthew Solomon offers important guidance.
The backlash over a Black Stormtrooper and mermaid over the past couple of years is certainly a big indicator that not everyone is interested in diversity.
What would it be like to have an actual partner?
Our personal development journey, hopefully, gives us clarity on what is important to us, where our boundaries are, and the types of things that have us feel loved and secure. How do we use this knowledge to merge with others then?
Standing in integrity gives us permission to have and to assert boundaries for ourselves.
The happiest and most-fulfilling relationships I have observed are the ones where every voice is valued, heard, and considered.
How do you shepherd yourself through the pain?
How can we choose compassion over judgment?
It’s hypocritical to claim to stand for equality and then tell a marginalized group of people they need to shut up about things that affect them most directly.
You don’t have to go along with the crowd to be accepted.
Is it ever safe to do that?
Doing no harm is a gift.
From birth to death, and back again
How can we heal our partnerships?