Author Archives: Suzannah Galland

GLAM: Suzannah Galland Shares How Couples Should Split the Holidays Between Families

It’s that time of the year, full of snow, Christmas carols, and holiday shopping. That also means it’s time to decide whose family you will be spending the holidays with- Yours, or your partner’s. How do you tackle making this milestone decision? Glam.com helps answer this question in their latest article, featuring relationship expert Suzannah […]

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Being Born Both: Sarah Graham’s Solo Show ‘Angels Are Intersex’

Sarah Graham was born intersex, or as she jokes, “a woman with balls”. As a child, a gynecologist told Sarah’s parents that her ovaries were cancerous and that she had to have them removed; much later in life, she discovered, to her horror, that “those weren’t ovaries, they were testes.” Sarah’s solo show, Angels Are […]

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Thank God For Good Theatre – ‘This Our Now’ Review

In these turbulent times, survival is dependent on whether you either rise to the top or fall to the bottom; living in the middle is obsolete. This Our Now, one of the best plays I have seen in decades, rebrands what it means to be ‘the top’. This one-hour marathon energizes and invites the audience […]

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THE HUFFINGTON POST: The Quickest Way to Tell If It’s Love

Making love to anyone is a prospect that we should always approach with caution, however impulsive we may feel at the moment. There are categories of need in every intimate bond: safety, security, strength, recognition, acknowledgment, respect, tenderness, trust, loyalty, and a sense of belonging. These needs come in many guises, but if you can […]

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THRIVEGLOBAL: Getting Inside Your Desire

Picture a beautiful handbag. It belongs to you. The stoic but soft fabric, the shine, the gold-rimming, the chic timelessness it exudes. It is gorgeous, and it is something to stroll with proudly. But it is only the outer layer. The inside is what holds the real worth. The photographs of your children, the notebook […]

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THE HUFFINGTON POST: For The Women Who Dare

“Women don’t have to wear pussy hats, or protest, or yell. Do your job!” Says Kimberly, who’s proud to stand against the current women’s movement. She believes that protesting means “we’re sacrificing our femininity. It’s obnoxious and makes us more aggressive.” As Kimberly proves, not all women feel represented by the women’s movement, and are […]

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