By Kelly Caver, M.S., Doctoral Intern In 1967, it became fully legal in the US for individuals of different races or ethnicities to marry. Since that time, more individuals have crossed racial, ethnic, and religious boundaries to date someone of a different culture. What was once forbidden and taboo in our society is becoming increasingly [...]
Anna was thrilled to begin college this fall, but also felt a little nervous and insecure about starting a new part of life. When she met a friendly guy in one of her classes who invited her to a party, she felt flattered by his attention and relieved that she was making a friend. The [...]
I adored her, not only because she was my Grandmother–but also because she was such a multi-faceted woman who was passionate about living.
By Dr. Sherri Theoharidis Valentine’s Day, with its focus on love and romance, can be a great opportunity to show our care and appreciation for the people in our lives who matter most to us. It can also be a good time to take stock of current relationships to make sure they are healthy, enriching, [...]