Marco was waiting for me outside Jivamukti Yoga Studios, leaning against a white Ferrari. He held the door for me and I got in. “Okay,
It wasn’t easy to find the right Ali Mohamedian on Facebook. That name is about as common in Persian as “John Smith” is in English.
I was so happy to find out that it was normal to have imaginary friends. I learned this information in my college Child Development class
When I was a young girl, they called me maymoon-e konjkav, the Persian version of Curious George, because my favorite question was: Why? Not much
My curiosity with hypnotherapy began when I was a nanny during my first year of college in the United States. When the kids were asleep,
I was very young when I realized that being a boy had many benefits — especially in Iran. If I were a boy, I thought,