by Bernie Dyme

Watching extended media coverage of traumatic events, like the Orlando shooting, may trigger stress and anxiety and cause you to feel uncertain, worried or scared. This has been a tough time for Orlando, the LGBTQ community, Latinos and the rest of our nation. We continue to grieve and deal with our feelings about the horrible […]

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by Bernie Dyme

This past weekend’s tragedy in Orlando has left many people unable to stop thinking about what happened. It can be challenging to shift your focus when faced with the barrage of media reports and steady stream of social media. For some, stress reactions get in the way of relationships, work or other important daily activities. […]

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by Bernie Dyme

The Pulse Orlando shooting yesterday is yet another example of horrific violence, undoubtedly causing major trauma. In this case, a gunman opened fire at a gay club in Orlando, Florida killing 49 people and wounding another 50+. Our hearts go out to the victim’s families and those who survived; the effects can be devastating and […]

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by Jonathan Eisler

  A little less than a year ago, our family grew by one when we brought home the sweetest little Jack Russell puppy that my wife lovingly named Gherkin. Yes, Gherkin as in the little pickle (see photo from when Gherkin first met another gherkin.) From day one, we knew he was a special dog […]

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