LGBTQ+ Stories Project! 4. HR. “Physical embodiment of whole hearted, blissful, magical, universal and very personal love.”

LGBTQ+ Stories Project! 4. HR. "Physical embodiment of whole hearted, blissful, magical, universal and very personal love." What’s the point of the LGBTQ+ Stories Project? Sharing people’s stories, increasing understanding, food for thought, busting myths, hearing individual voices, celebrating LGBTQ+ people. So, the fourth in this series of LGBTQ+ Stories, is from me - eek! … Continue reading LGBTQ+ Stories Project! 4. HR. “Physical embodiment of whole hearted, blissful, magical, universal and very personal love.”

LGBTQ+ Stories Project! 3. Emma. “Love is a bonding agent, just like glue and sometimes just as messy!”

LGBTQ+ Stories Project! 3. Emma. "Love is a bonding agent, just like glue and sometimes just as messy!" What's the point of the LGBTQ+ Stories Project? Sharing people's stories, increasing understanding, food for thought, busting myths, celebrating LGBTQ+ people. Many thanks to Emma for taking the time to answer these, and for being the third … Continue reading LGBTQ+ Stories Project! 3. Emma. “Love is a bonding agent, just like glue and sometimes just as messy!”

LGBTQ+ Stories Project! 2. AnnA. “I look at the soul and the heart first.”

LGBTQ+ Stories Project! 2. AnnA. "I look at the soul and the heart first." What’s the point of the LGBTQ+ Stories Project? Sharing people’s stories, increasing understanding, food for thought, busting myths, celebrating LGBTQ+ people. AnnA wrote these answers FROM THE OCEAN! That’s dedication. At one point in the interview, AnnA expresses confusion about what … Continue reading LGBTQ+ Stories Project! 2. AnnA. “I look at the soul and the heart first.”

LGBTQ+ Stories Project! 1. Louise Tondeur. “I don’t think self-identifying language matters as much as real connection to friends and to people who get you.”

LGBTQ+ Stories Project! 1. Louise Tondeur. "I don’t think self-identifying language matters as much as real connection to friends and to people who get you." What’s the point of the LGBTQ+ Stories Project? Sharing people’s stories, increasing understanding, food for thought, busting myths, celebrating LGBTQ+ people. I really enjoyed reading Louise's answers, and I'm thrilled … Continue reading LGBTQ+ Stories Project! 1. Louise Tondeur. “I don’t think self-identifying language matters as much as real connection to friends and to people who get you.”

Strengths Can Be Weaknesses, Weaknesses Can Be Strengths.

Isn't it interesting how your strengths can also sometimes be your weaknesses, and your weaknesses can also sometimes be your strengths? For example: somebody who is great at "laser focus," pushing forward with an agenda, getting good stuff done, etc., may also be quite blinkered by that quality/state, and unable to take a step back … Continue reading Strengths Can Be Weaknesses, Weaknesses Can Be Strengths.