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Honoring Bill Goddard: Eulogy for my Father

Honoring Bill Goddard: Eulogy for my Father

I learned how to show up from my father.  My dad taught me to show up not through words, but through his effort, presence and love.  I still don’t know how he managed to do all he did, raising three children as a single parent while he worked a demanding job...
The Sneaky Beast of Unworthiness

The Sneaky Beast of Unworthiness

I have not felt a conscious lack of self-worth much in my life, as I have always had a healthy amount of self-confidence, know-how, go-get-‘em energy, ability, and a long list of accomplishments.   Yet there is more—more that I want and...

The Vulnerability of Healing

The day before my surgery, I got a Facebook note from Jr. High/High School friend, saying “It sounds like you are preparing for the worst. You are going to be okay!” My Sexy Nurses! This put a smile on my face! I was confused by this because I believed that I was...

The Illusion of Independence

As I wrote last week, my healing process has been really beautiful, made so by my own commitment to it, my planning and my community. But that did not come without effort and a major shift in perspective. I am someone who had to grow up very quickly and was always...

Why “Good Guys Finish Last”

As a sex coach, I’ve been talking to A LOT of amazing, available heterosexual women about what they want in a man over the last several years, and I think it’s high time I talk to you guys about it. I co-wrote Lesbian Sex Secrets for Men nearly 15 years ago to help...

When Women “Don’t Like” Other Women

“I don’t really like to spend time with other women.”“I don’t feel comfortable around women.” Ever heard women make these comments? Joined together for healing and growth I always raise an internal eyebrow when I hear such things because I know the joy and healing...