I could probably write a book about all of the new understandings, perspectives and insights I’ve gained through this process, but today happens to be Bisexual Visibility Day— so I’m going to focus on what I learned about my own sexuality through my wife’s transition.From a young age I knew I was a girl, and I knew I was attracted to boys.Co-author of the Oxford Handbook of Clinical Dentistry in 1989.

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Until then, I thought everyone was attracted to both sexes and what made someone straight or gay was that they were more attracted to one sex.

Galen introduced me to the Kinsey scale and reminded me that being bi is possible too.

This link is complex and multifaceted and is undoubtedly a central component of why music has been implicated as a therapeutic agent in vast swathes of contemporary research studies.

Music is always about more than just acoustic events or notes on a page. More The great saxophonist Charlie Parker once proclaimed ‘if you don't live it, it won't come out of your horn’.

David Mitchell, Consultant Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon; Honorary Consultant and Senior Clinical Lecturer, Mid-Yorkshire Hospitals Trust; Leeds Teaching Hospitals, UK, Laura Mitchell, Consultant Orthodontist; Honorary Senior Clinical Lecturer, St Lukes' Hospital, Bradford; Leeds Dental Institute, UK Laura Mitchell qualified Dundee 1981, trained in North-East England in Paedodontics and Orthodontics.

Co-authored first edition of the Oxford Handbook of Clinical Dentistry in 1989.

Yet, only recently, have researchers begun to explore and understand the positive effects that music can have on our wellbeing — across a range of cultures and musical genres.

This book brings together research from music psychology, therapy, public health, and medicine, to explore the relationship between music, health, and wellbeing.

The great saxophonist Charlie Parker once proclaimed ‘if you don't live it, it won't come out of your horn’.