Tag Archives: LGBT

The Splendid Memorials of Harvey Milk

How tens of thousands celebrated the life of the first openly gay man appointed to public office.

The day was November 27th, 1978. After finding the two men herself, The president of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors, Dianne Feinstein, announced to the press, “Today San Francisco has experienced a double tragedy of immense proportions. As President of … Continue reading

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SevenPonds at Pride

SevenPonds was proud to support San Francisco Pride 2012
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Commemorating one of the gravest end-of-life issues our world faces

The National AIDS Memorial Grove commemorates our culture's epic struggle

San Francisco Representative Nancy Pelosi, who famously said in 1987 that she came to Congress to help fight AIDS, was honored in San Francisco in April. She joined the Community Volunteer Workday at the National AIDS Memorial Grove to commemorate … Continue reading

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What is PsychoTherapy? Interview with Suzie Sherman

Learn how addressing grief, loss, and death through psychotherapy can help us live richer, more authentic lives

Dana Sitar: Is psychotherapy a common approach for dealing with grief and loss? Suzie Sherman: Yes, absolutely. If we’re talking about straight on grief and loss issues, this is a very common way to address them. Deep-seated feelings come up … Continue reading

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