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NP0045: Men in Therapy

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2 Responses to NP0045: Men in Therapy

  1. Caermeddyg says:

    Can you give us references for the Scientific facts that Pat Love is giving us? – Best wishes Martin

  2. Gailkinn says:

    Excellent, Pat … and clarifying in best sense. Not just facts/evidence, but how it may be possible to work w them.

    To your point that a woman or man is often unaware that they are drawn to their ” inadequate for my needs” partner when, in fact, there’s good reason for this “miss match.” And if mined w not just psychoed but how to accept and use this. How often do you see this phenom? Does that, too , have some bio/hormonal basis?

    Hope this is clear enough.

    Many thanks. Terrific work

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