— My first sports memories are not good. Granted, I wasn’t overly coordinated or skilled at anything athletically until I was about fourteen, but that’s not where my memories begin. My memories begin around seven or eight with baseball coaches sighing when they said my name, dreading the thought at having to put me in…
Lisa Hickey believes that some words are used to create intimacy and some to marginalize. How do we use them to marginalize less and connect more?
Practice makes perfect.
How Tim O’Connor battled self-interference and got in the flow. — I achieved a breakthrough: I played hockey this winter and I was terrible. I was invited last November to play pick-up hockey. They already had two goalies so it meant I’d be playing out. I said yes mainly because I missed the needling…
In the Eighties, Kenny Bodanis endured homophobic jeers for his love—of the challenge, camaraderie, and spotlight—of life as a male figure skater.
Lisa Hickey likes the lead and follow, teach and learn, and give and take of both the masculine and the feminine.