This handbook describes in detail different contemporary approaches to group work with children and adolescents. Further, this volume illustrates the application of these models to work with the youth of today, whether victims of trauma, adolescents struggling with LGBT issues, or youth with varying common diagnoses such as autism spectrum disorders, depression, and anxiety. It offers chapters presenting a variety of clinical approaches written by experts in these approaches, from classic (play therapy and dialectical behavior therapy) to cutting-edge (attachment-based intervention, mindfulness, and sensorimotor psychotherapy). Because of its broad scope, the book is suitable for a wide audience, from students to first-time group leaders to seasoned practitioners.
Oral sex is one of my favorite intimate activities. There is a certain magic that exists between two partners engaged in oral sex, fellatio or cunnilingus, that just does not exist anywhere else in the sexual pantheon. Honestly, many times, in my life I have felt that oral sex is even more intimate than actual sexual intercourse. I love to go down on my committed partners, however, oral sex is something I would never consider with casual partners or one night stands. The magic is just missing. I'm sure many of my readers would agree. Many of my friends have been to prostitutes and not one of them has gone down on them. Hopefully, these empirical facts will help to put things in perspective. Oral sex is an act that truly reaches its zenith between two loving partners. However, through my own research, I know that this act is too often ignored to the unsatisfaction of one or both partners in the couple. I hear one of two complaints frequently. The first is that oral sex is not even present in a relationship. One or both of the partners simply won't do it. The other is that oral sex, when it happens, is bad, short and misguided. There are two distinct problems here. The first of these is a technical problem. Learning how to have intercourse is pretty basic. In fact, the lay it out for you in school. Oral sex, on the other hand is not so straightforward. This requires skills that they don't teach you in health class. You have to pick it up as you go along and all too often, people just don't get the instruction that they need to truly blossom at the art. Dealing with this, very surmountable, problem is the first aim of this book. The two chapters (originally published as separate books) will take both of the lovers through a very technical, easy to understand and follow class on both fellatio and cunnilingus. Once you have read through these pages, and given the techniques described a try, I am sure you will quickly become proficient at pleasing each other.The other problem that this book is designed to address, is the communication gap that so often exists between partners where oral sex is concerned. The main source of this absence of talk seems to come from a fear that a person is no good at oral sex and is afraid of criticism. Well, working thorough these chapters, together, and reading the material, together, will quickly help to get you talking on the subject. Neither one of you should be afraid to point out something that you think that you would like to have done to you, or that you would like to try with your partner. Conversely, hopefully as you read these pages, you will encounter information that will make you ask questions and nourish a dialog. One way or the other, I am confident that the two of you will soon be building bridges to oral sex and not walls.
A stunning and revealing historical rediscovery of an enigmatic ancient people. A people wrangled away from their simple lifestyle with promises of a luxurious future from a mysterious stranger. While cautiously following him on their difficult journey to prosperity, they are instead mercilessly pummeled into hardened, battle-ready soldiers to annihilate six unsuspecting nations. How could they escape this destiny with destruction against one who possessed superior weaponry, aptitude, and intelligence? Follow this lost tribe as a leader emerges and devises an unbelievably cunning plan to save his people. A plan so remarkable it had never been heard of before, nor tried since. The author utilizes actual dialogue and accounts from ancient texts. His meticulous research, striking analysis, and hard-hitting conclusions take the reader to forbidden places no author heretofore has dared reveal. Continue the discovery of the ancient world with an amazing, thought-provoking encounter by means of a strange creature in the forest. An encounter historically confirmed by ancient Greek, Babylonian, Canaanite, Roman, and Hebrew sources, as well as the Holy Bible. Inspired by this enlightenment in the forest, the leader learns how to disguise his written accounts so that his leather parchments would survive while so many other ancient writings have been barbarically destroyed. The First Supper delivers an understanding into how the world would become so violent in those ancient days, making the bloody sacrifices of Christianity's Last Supper necessary. Who was this leader who boldly changed the course of the world? Why has history forgotten his name and deeds? With this rediscovery of true and accurate ancient writings, the original story's meaning is beautifully reassembled. For the first time in over 3,000 years, the truths within the ancient's coded texts are revealed.
George Buchanan (1506Ã¢"82) was one of the most distinguished humanists of the Northern European Renaissance. Hailed by his contemporaries as the greatest Latin poet of his age, he is chiefly remembered today as a radical political theorist whose Dialogus, first published in Edinburgh in 1579, justified the deposition of Mary, Queen of Scots in 1567 on the basis of a theory of popular sovereignty, which vested in the people the right to resist, depose and kill tyrannical monarchs. Dedicated to his pupil James VI, whose violent reaction against his tutor's ideas led him to develop his own views on the divine right of kings, Buchanan's work nevertheless proved immensely influential both in Britain and on the Continent, making a notable contribution to the debates over the nature and location of sovereignty which would finally bear fruit in the writings of John Locke. This new edition, featuring facing-page Latin text and English translation, is accompanied by extensive notes and commentary on Buchanan's classical and contemporary sources and a detailed introduction that examines the development of Buchanan's political thought, the context in which the Dialogus was written and published, and an extended analysis of the text itself.
George Bernard Shaw was an Irish playwright who co-founded the London School of Economics. Shaw wrote more than 60 plays with his most famous being Pygmalion, which served as the inspiration for the musical My Fair Lady.
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