Monthly Archives: February 2016

Three Ways To Be Courageous in 2016

Ten years ago, I wrote and performed a ballsy, brave, one man show:Knucklebones. My brave instructor, Gretchen Cryer, had given me permission to write about the scary dark places we all possess. Talking about male rape, addiction, abandonment, betrayal, teen homosexual longing for love, hurt and redemption, there was no way to unflinchingly explore and… Read More »

The Number 1 Reason Relationships Fail (And What to Do About It)

Most of us lie all the time. My friends and acquaintances who were brought up outside of the United States have a very different approach to love, relationships and friendships. It is their approach to communicating and commitment that I model when examining and making attempts to deepen and enrich my interactions with others. While… Read More »