Stockholm Syndrome and Weight Loss

According to a study, 42.5% of Americans over the age of 20 are considered obese. That is almost half of the population, over the age of 20. A staggering number that accounts for health and mental health issues. Of that number, many report feeling like they are being held captive by their thoughts, weight, and [...]

Road To Weight Loss

A quick Google search shows there are about 3,420,000,000 pages concerning weight loss. And as you probably would guess, the first page is riddled with quick weight loss ideas like diet pills and extreme exercise routines. The problem, as many of us are well aware, is those quick fixes do not last. Combine that with [...]

Health Journey From A Novice

I thought I would share with you all what has been keeping me busy the last few months. To that, I apologize for not posting as often as I once had. Hopefully, this post will help clarify some of the reasons as to why. March 19, 2021 was when I received the call that changed [...]

Case Western Inquiry: LGBTQ+ Experiences Study

Are you a member of the #LGBTQ+ community? Consider participating or sharing this study to support increased understanding of transgender, gender non-binary, gender fluid, genderqueer, agender and gender nonconforming adults. Learn more: https://bit.ly/3lBxL8s.

Do Symbols Out Live Their Relevance?

As humans, we gravitate to putting meaning to things and events. This often translates into using symbols for those things. Symbols can give us direction and meaning, hope and belief, and inspiration and courage. But can also get mired in their meaning and stuck in a time where their relevance may be lost? Can we, [...]

Affliction: Growing Up With A Closeted Gay Dad

“I knew I was different,” he said. “I was also aware of the fact I should conceal it, that it was an affliction.”