Single People Can Have a Great Time On Feb. 14

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Single People Can Have a Great Time On Feb. 14
Activities for single people when not with someone on Valentine's Day

Have any and all feelings without judgement. We are set up by the culture to have emotions. Having them, and observing them, is the route to change. You know you can’t just decide to feel differently. But you can question and talk and support each other.

Let this be the best Valentine’s Day ever! The one where you can claim yourself, the life you have chosen, and the life you are creating. You get to relinquish the meaning of the right dinner reservation and the right present. You can embrace the meaning of good friendship.

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Anne Stirling Hastings

Psychologist

Anne Stirling Hasting, Ph.D. Go to my website for free short stories and healing novels for sale.  Explore continuing education on Working With Clients' Sexual Issues. Please check out my book, Reclaiming Healthy Sexual Energy: Revised to learn how to heal sexuality. Then Healing Humanity to understand shaming, and how to stop taking it on. Create New Love puts it all together to prepare you for your next relationship. Kindle loans Dirty Sex or Clean Sex, a novel, and it's companion, Bring Love and Sex Together The Value of Healing Sexual Shame. Check out Video Conferencing therapy groups for Men's Sexuality, and Avoidant Attachment.

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