My aunt got married to her longtime partner last week. Mazel Tov! My wife and I just celebrated our 38th wedding anniversary – we’re in love. My parents were in love, yet my dad was gay. Love is complicated. Especially when you add other people – society. I hail the recent Supreme Court decision to strike down the Defense of Marriage Act. Loving relationships can be a magic lever to best health, but it’s no guarantee.
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