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Reparative Therapy Of Male Homosexuality

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 8, 2007

    started me off

    The author is my therapist. Since I began this serious look inward with him six years ago I have become a stronger, more clear, emotionally aware, responsible person. Incidentally, my attraction to men has diminished and my attraction to women has grown. It's been a deeply personal, existential journey. This book provides the intellectual framework for understanding the origins of the system behavior and personality patterns called homosexuality. Contrary to popular belief, there is nothing shaming or unethical involved in the therapy or the book -- in fact, the homosexual condition, according to the author, comes from a shame wound. This is all my testimony take it or leave it. I think the book is good stuff, but some parts may be a bit difficult to understand for readers not familiar with advanced theories of psychotherapy.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 6, 2004

    It's Ok to NOT be gay

    This book has meant a lot to me. I finaly found someone who understands what I have been struggling with. Everyone says, if you feel attracted to guys you have to accept it and be gay. I am tired of the prejudice I feel towards me because I want to better myself and change. Thankfully someone understands not everyone wants to accept those feelings. A great book to read for those of us struggling!

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    Posted April 27, 2013

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