Third Culture Kids · Wear Your Voice Magazine

Netflix’s “Sense8” Gives Us the Diverse Television We’ve Been Waiting For

“Sense8 is a veritable diversity and inclusivity bonanza, and will be a useful antidote as the current Nazi and white nationalistic rhetoric grows in response to a changing world that threatens white hetero male privilege. The Wachowskis make it look so easy to have a diverse, three-dimensional cast of different races, cultures, sexualities and genders. It makes me wonder why other showrunners make such a big deal about not doing it. As someone who has lived all over the planet, I’ve never experienced a show before that mirrors my own life and my own empathic connections to others.” For Wear Your Voice Mag, December 2016.

Books · Culture · Empath · Florida · Health · Huffington Post · Movies · Spirituality · Trauma · Zuzu Huffington

Examining the Highly Sensitive Personality — Sensitive: The Untold Story

“Through more than a dozen interviews with a variety of researchers, Sensitive: The Untold Story makes a strong case outlining the physical, physiological, neurological, and emotional differences between the 20% of the highly sensitive population and the 80% who are not.” My 14th article for Huffington Post, published in October 2015.

Art · Culture · Healing Power of Horror · Health · Horror · Huffington Post · Movies · Television · Third Culture Kids · Trauma · Zuzu Huffington

The Mainstreaming of Empathy, or How Hannibal Changed My Life

“With an appropriately bloody and dashing full moon finale came the close of three amazing seasons of Bryan Fuller’s Hannibal, hands down some of the best television ever made in the history of the medium.” My 13th article for Huffington Post, published in September 2015.

Books · Culture · Florida · Huffington Post · Music · Repatria · Trauma · Women · Zuzu Huffington

The Heart of the Matter: Amanda Palmer’s The Art of Asking

“Reading The Art of Asking, I finally understood that requiring help is a fundamental part of life. Nobody is an island. Not even Henry David Thoreau in his mythical Walden.” My 5th article for Huffington Post, published in December 2014.