Living a Life I LoveTM: Healing sexual compulsivity, sexual addiction, sexual avoidance and other sexual concerns.
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Yes, you might like vanilla, but vanilla is far from the only flavor of ice cream. Updated and revised, 90 pages of additional material are integrated into this edition, including exercises to help bridge the gap between reading about sexual health and experiencing sexual health. From the Back CoverOVER 90 Pages of New Material!New -- Sexual Health ExercisesA metaphor to understand sexual health is ice cream. The title starts the conversation, "What would a life you love look like?". This workbook is designed to help you experience wholeness and healing in sexuality. With a
He is the Director of Program Development supervising the sexual health programming at a residential substance use facility that helps clients address the link between sexuality and substance use issues. His other books are available at livingalifeilovebooks . Weston Edwards is a psychologist specializing in sexual health, substance use, and mental health. His professional website is sexualhealthinstitute. He provides life coaching services at livingalifeilovecoaching. Weston completed his P
In Stage Three: Groundwork for Completing Treatment you’ll review what you did and learned in the first two stages, using this information to develop a Continuing Care Plan to serve as a guide for you to reference and revise as you work toward living a life you love. In Stage Two: Primary Treatment, you’ll work to address the issues identified in Stage One. This second stage is where you’ll learn to stop unhealthy patterns and build healthy ones to replace them. It is the tool you’ll take with you as you continue past the assignments of this book.. I have provided several prompt assignments to assist you with this. In Part Two you’ll apply the concepts learned in Part One to your own experiences. In Stage One: Problem Identification you’ll examine your own sexual behaviors through a series of assignments, pinpointing and ultimately prioritizing problem a
Matthew T. Ryan said Nice to have homework at any age. It helped me with a counselor that I was seeing, he suggested the book. Nice to have homework at any age!