For many of us who are queer, we learned to hide at an early age. It protected us, it kept us safe. But, now it isn’t working as well. Even though we may have come out, we still hide. We may have trouble trusting, or we might have trouble enjoying our lives. We might suffer from feeling shame, anxiety, depression, or hopelessness. Or all these things at once. We still have our closets: the doors that remain unopened. You don’t have to live this way. I want to invite you to open the doors of those closets. Let’s begin the work of exploring you, the work of becoming whole.