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Any marriage and family therapist who works with LGBT people can tell you that coming out of the closet is a difficult experience for many. There can be emotional, psychological, and sometimes even physical repercussions to it. For people with existing mental health conditions, however, it’s even more damaging to stay in the closet. June is LGBT Pride Month, so if you’re planning to come out, check out these tips from a sex therapist in
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There’s a lot of attention given to the physical safety and well-being of the LGBT community, but their mental health is equally important. People looking for same sex couples counseling in Palo Alto often come to us. Some of the most commonly observed mental health issues in people who are part of the LGBT—or LGBTQIA+—community are discussed below: Depression As one of the most prevalent mental health disorders in the country, depression has a bigger
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Sex is a wonderful thing and an essential part of human connection and relationships, but there’s a world beyond the kind of sex most of us are exposed to throughout our lives. Vanilla sex, as it’s often referred to, is wonderful in its own ways, but there’s so much more to explore apart from that. It’s even more exciting when you have a partner you love, trust, and want to share this experience with. But
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A couple argues with each other, looking visibly shocked and upset.
Dealing with heartache is tough on anyone, but heartache after being cheated on is one of the worst experiences anyone can have. It’s emotionally as well as mentally difficult to process and doesn’t just affect your relationship but also takes a toll on each of the partners individually. While the grief and hurt of the partner who has been cheated on are incredibly valid, it’s also okay if they want to stick around and work
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A couple discusses their troubles and addresses weaknesses in therapy.
You’re in love, happy, and excited to start this new chapter of your life—and when you’re this love-drunk, it’s easy to let a lot of things slide. But it’s equally important to have those difficult, uncomfortable conversations too. The foundation of a solid and fulfilling relationship is your ability to work through problems and concerns together as a team—and making sure you’re on the same page before you commit helps. Here are some things all
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