Musings on identity and self…

I often say about the voice I use in my work that I'm speaking as an empowered patient (rather than the professional I also am), but the fact is I'm speaking as a vulnerable human being -- that which every seven billion of us are if we allow ourselves to be honest. We must rid our imaginations of artificial hierarchies. ...

Be yourself!

To be truly oneself is the height of good "mental-health." Sometimes it's damn scary to come out to who one really is...this can be a universal experience regardless of ones sexual identity. And yet her particular story which engages the societal terror about sexual identity in our culture is also of particular importance. Her speech is one that many can learn from. Hats off to sister Lana!!

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