Being Known
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Being Known

He Tried to Kiss Me

And I blamed myself

Photo by Jimmy Nilsson Masth on Unsplash

Diego (not his real name), was handsome and charming: his smile made his whole face light up, and combined with his gentle and professional demeanor (Ok, and muscles too) — he certainly caught my eye. Maybe I was too friendly, or flirty maybe? Diego is a friend of a good friend, so when he showed up to help me prep my house for move-out, I welcomed him with open and trusting arms. Why do we do

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Galit Birk, PhD

Galit Birk, PhD

Psychology, human potential, therapy, coaching, possibility, vulnerability, authenticity, connection, being known, giving my words wings! Perfectly imperfect.