A comma has the power to exclude information, but — more importantly — to include, expand, and embrace.
Love Applied Counseling embraces love in all of its forms:
Love in the Midst of Existential Crises
Love As Embodied Beings
Current Models of Love
Love In Our Families of Origin
How to Be Loving
Nitty Gritty Couples Work
Love In Non-Traditional Relationships
Daily Practice of Love
Love & Chronic Illness
GENDER / Sexual Identity & Love
Beyond a symbol of lovers entwined, the Eternal Lovers represent fertility and equality, which was of central importance to the Taíno people, who shared their resources equally for the benefit of all.
I believe love is an essential resource that ALL people deserve access to, and my work through Love Applied is grounded in this principle of inclusivity and equity.
The Love Applied bird’s head, eye, and body are all built using the comma, joining its implicit inclusivity with the Eternal Lovers symbolism of the Taíno culture, indigenous to the Dominican Republic, where my origin story began.