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Michael R. Pollard, LCSW, offers strategies for navigating family dynamics.
How we interact with others, how we experience emotion, and how we perceive ourselves are all shaped by our family experience. The strategies we develop as children to make our way in the world don’t always work in adulthood, however. Understanding family dynamics can facilitate personal growth and help us provide better care for the families to whom we minister. Michael R. Pollard, LCSW, offers strategies for navigating family dynamics.
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Br. John Mark Falkenhain, OSB, Ph.D., provides a multi-factored definition of sexual identity and explores how our sexual history and values influence how we identify ourselves as sexual people.
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