Psychological Solutions 101

Psychological Solutions 101

by Samuel Paul McCoy, Daniel Lewis

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Overview

McCoy's Psychological Solutions 101, is a collection of essays that contains information on the early causes of homosexuality and sexual disorders. The basic mental processes that cause these disorders are explained. This information is most valuable for new parents who only need to understand these problems to help their children avoid them.
Also, this book will help the counselor identify the exact cause of their patient's problems when they are concerned about homosexuality, transsexuality, bisexuality, or paraphilia. Because these are often problems originating in childhood and adolescence that parents can/may prevent, this material may be difficult for some to accept. However, factual information creates understanding.
Those who read both Parts 1 and 2 should readily understand the applicable situations or conditions that cause confused sexuality and paraphilia. McCoy states,
"Homosexuality is programmed with the exact same mental processes as heterosexuality." That is an important theory, but understanding his attitude toward the psychological and sociological problems involved can be of greater value.
This is not a book that adolescents can easily read, but it is our concern that they have the opportunity to gain the factual knowledge necessary to quickly understand and cope with their sexuality constructively and intelligently.
The solutions to many of the problems in this book are found in empirical observations based directly or indirectly on religious ideologies, especially Christianity. Statistical tabulations are only used to illustrate the scope or importance of these problems. With accurate analysis this book bridges the gulf between America's religions and society in general.

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Product Details

BN ID: 2940016731742
Publisher: Samuel Paul McCoy
Publication date: 05/04/2013
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 125 KB

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