I appreciate when I see someone showing vulnerability a lot. It makes me feel safe and more connected with them, and even parts of them I may be finding difficult start to make sense. It also makes me to want to get to know them better. But is it good for teachers, therapists and roles…Read More How much vulnerability can therapists, teachers, mentors and leaders share with us?
It’s Sunday and I’m sitting in our garden, right outside our home, in my village in Greece. I have a whining dog next to me who’s constantly seeking attention. I just had lunch and I’m now having a coffee. I have my phone in my hands and the Kindle on the table. I’m wondering what…Read More The things I do in my spare time
I’ve been taking writing a bit more seriously for about 3 months now. I have a few things written which I’m happy about, some of it I like more than others. I have a blog setup in an acceptable state. I’ve shown my stuff to a writer who’s become my mentor and they’ve been very…Read More We’re good, they’re bad: the harm the gay scene does to us
I’m not very big on sex in public. It never really worked for me, I don’t get a kick out of the fear of getting caught as I’ve heard many men do. I get anxious instead, lose my hard-on and desire and want to leave. I’ve been however in an exploratory phase and it’s something…Read More I’m not like the others: cruising and racism
Yesterday was a great day. I had a hot date with a handsome man who I met on Grindr. He’s from abroad, here on holiday at a place nearby. I was planning to go for a swim anyway, so I arranged to visit him as well. I was looking forward to it. I took the…Read More The perfect day: lies and online dating