I’ve been following the work of Forest Benedict, LMFT, SATP-C, (see full bio below) for some time now … but when I discovered this piece I knew I had to share it with my readers. In his typical style, Forest flourishes his paintbrush across the words like few others can. Actually, this is a teaser–an excerpt from… Read More Dear Porn: A Father’s Letter
In the halls of the U.N., the air is almost electric. Everywhere you look and listen there are chatter and change, little conversations about big ideas. Across the street, there is a food cart that serves sumptuous mediterranean cuisine. The same two guys park there every day, and they are quite the characters. They know everyone… Read More Rookie at the U.N. Part 3: Ambience
One of my amazing friends and colleagues posted this picture recently. I just found it this morning. It’s from the “good old days,” and I’ve actually never seen it before. It made me want to laugh and cry at the same time. Don’t I look so busy and important? I’m anxiously engaged in the cause… Read More Rookie at the U.N. Part 2: The People There
You just took a breath. And another one. Did you even notice the one before? We do it thousands of times a day. The oxygen moves into our lungs and goes on to do amazing things in our body. The process repeats. And we don’t even think twice. But now I do. I have pneumonia. And… Read More Every Breath
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