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Finding Your Own Way
: A good relationship (sexual or otherwise) can be a big asset to your mental, emotional and physical...
Finding Your Own Way: Coming Out to Your Care Providers
: When we don't come out to [our care providers], we cheat ourselves out of the support we could be...
LGBT Issues: Helping Our Therapists Help Us: Part 1
: …our therapists…should be mind readers who always know what we think, feel, and need...we sometimes...
With a Little Help From My Friends
: We don’t have enough words for the different ways people have of connecting with each other.
Rainbow Heights Club
: …she approaches me with a big smile on her face, holds out her hand, and says, 'Hi! I'm a lesbian...
Together We Learn About Each Other
: Every group has differences of race, class, gender, age, sexuality and more...When someone who's...
Finding Your Own Way
: Relax, take a deep breath, and enjoy finding your own way in New York's wonderful LGBT community.
About Support Groups and How They Work
: So in many ways, groups help us learn how to connect with each other even if we just sit quietly...
Finding Your Own Way: A Column by Christian Huygen, Ph.D., Director, Rainbow Heights Club
: So how do you decide if you are gay?...Listen to your secret thoughts and your desires and your...
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