What Is Love?

Romantic love is no longer a mystery. Thanks to new technologies, we can see what romantic love looks like inside the brain. We can therefore learn to construct, maintain, and repair romantic relationships. For those of us who hope to enjoy lasting, healthy partnerships, --that...

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What is Surrogacy?

If I learned one thing during my talk radio show this week, it is that surrogacy is a deeply complex issue. It is also an extremely important one. As gay marriage sweeps the nation, gay and lesbian couples are starting families in record numbers. Overseas...

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Honoring Gay Pride Month

June is gay pride month. To honor the LGBT community and its continuing struggle for equality, I invited Andy Humm – a long time gay rights activist - to discuss the movement on my radio show. Mr. Humm helped lead the fight for New York...

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The Newest Research on Autism

1 in 68 children in the United States is diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). This is an alarming statistic- it's grown significantly over the past decade, and scientists still don't understand exactly why. To learn more about the most up-to-date research on ASD, I turned...

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Seeking Help For Sexual Assault

Every victim/survivor of sexual assault responds differently. Some common emotions are anger, fear, guilt, loss of control, powerlessness, embarrassment, depression, isolation, denial, shame, disbelief, self-blame, and emotional shock. (http://www.connsacs.org/seeksupport/assaulted.htm) And when victims/survivors do not receive the support they need to heal, these feelings can last...

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