How To Spice Up a Gay Relationship: Video Blog

How To Spice Up a Gay Relationship: Video Blog

This 4-minute video blog will help you realize that your sexual fantasies aren't that weird.

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Video Blog: How to Reduce Fights in Your Gay Relationship

Video Blog: How to Reduce Fights in Your Gay Relationship

In this 6-minute video, Adam D. Blum, MFT, the Founder of the Gay Therapy Center, reveals how to reduce fights with your partner by understanding what is really going on beneath the surface of the fight.

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The information on this blog is provided for general informational purposes only and no psychotherapist-client relationship is formed nor should any such relationship be implied. The suggestions offered in this blog are just one perspective of many approaches to dealing with problems and should not be your only source when making life decisions. This website is not intended to replace professional mental health treatment.

The 5 Love Languages for Gay Men: Video Blog

The 5 Love Languages for Gay Men: Video Blog

Here's a 3.5 minute video by Adam D. Blum, MFT about the 5 Love Languages and how using them can help you keep love alive over the years.

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The information on this blog is provided for general informational purposes only and no psychotherapist-client relationship is formed nor should any such relationship be implied. The suggestions offered in this blog are just one perspective of many approaches to dealing with problems and should not be your only source when making life decisions. This website is not intended to replace professional mental health treatment.

Why This Gay Therapist Says: “Stop Worrying About Being Selfish”

Why This Gay Therapist Says: “Stop Worrying About Being Selfish”

“I don’t want to be selfish.”

When I hear this statement in my psychotherapy practice, I get suspicious.

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The information on this blog is provided for general informational purposes only and no psychotherapist-client relationship is formed nor should any such relationship be implied. The suggestions offered in this blog are just one perspective of many approaches to dealing with problems and should not be your only source when making life decisions. This website is not intended to replace professional mental health treatment.

The Fear of Bisexuality

Bisexuality doesn’t get as much attention as other sexual orientations. Even lesbian and gay people don’t often think about what it is like to be bisexual.

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The information on this blog is provided for general informational purposes only and no psychotherapist-client relationship is formed nor should any such relationship be implied. The suggestions offered in this blog are just one perspective of many approaches to dealing with problems and should not be your only source when making life decisions. This website is not intended to replace professional mental health treatment.

Queer Identity: Finding a Label (or not) and Possibly, a Tribe

Queer Identity: Finding a Label (or not) and Possibly, a Tribe

How do you identify yourself?

Lesbian, dyke, gay, bisexual?

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The information on this blog is provided for general informational purposes only and no psychotherapist-client relationship is formed nor should any such relationship be implied. The suggestions offered in this blog are just one perspective of many approaches to dealing with problems and should not be your only source when making life decisions. This website is not intended to replace professional mental health treatment.

Lesbians and Pride Month: Surviving the Dyke March, Exes and Other People’s Selfies

Lesbians and Pride Month:  Surviving the Dyke March, Exes and Other People’s Selfies

Pride, as it turns out, can be a lot like Christmas, Valentine’s Day or other emotionally loaded holidays: big expectations and a fear of missing out (FOMO), especially when everyone is on Facebook or other social media posting selfies of their fabulous brunches and parties.

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The information on this blog is provided for general informational purposes only and no psychotherapist-client relationship is formed nor should any such relationship be implied. The suggestions offered in this blog are just one perspective of many approaches to dealing with problems and should not be your only source when making life decisions. This website is not intended to replace professional mental health treatment.

Lesbian Couples Navigating Parenthood Together

Lesbian Couples Navigating Parenthood Together

Ah, the pitter-patter of little feet.

Whether or not to have children is arguably one of the biggest decisions any adult ever makes, but with lesbian couples, the questions multiply: Who will give birth? Who will provide the sperm – a friend, relative or a sperm bank?

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The information on this blog is provided for general informational purposes only and no psychotherapist-client relationship is formed nor should any such relationship be implied. The suggestions offered in this blog are just one perspective of many approaches to dealing with problems and should not be your only source when making life decisions. This website is not intended to replace professional mental health treatment.

Lesbians and Casual Sex: Can We Leave the U-Haul Behind?

Lesbians and Casual Sex: Can We Leave the U-Haul Behind?

The joke about what lesbians bring on the second date—a U-Haul—might be a stereotype, but it speaks to a truth about lesbian dating: Many women move quickly to selecting a china pattern before they have even met each others’ cats.

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The information on this blog is provided for general informational purposes only and no psychotherapist-client relationship is formed nor should any such relationship be implied. The suggestions offered in this blog are just one perspective of many approaches to dealing with problems and should not be your only source when making life decisions. This website is not intended to replace professional mental health treatment.