Sex and pornography addiction are growing problems that devastate the lives of partners as well as sufferers. Sex Addiction: The Partner's Perspective has been written to help partners and those who care about them to survive the shock ...
Author: Paula Hall
Sex and pornography addiction are growing problems that devastate the lives of partners as well as sufferers. Sex Addiction: The Partner's Perspective has been written to help partners and those who care about them to survive the shock of discovering their partner is a sex addict and to help them make decisions about the future of their relationships and their lives. First and foremost, it is a practical book, full of facts, and self help exercises to give partners a much needed sense of stability and control. Like its sister book, Understanding and Treating Sex Addiction, it includes case examples and survey results revealing the reality of life for partners of sex addicts. Sex Addiction: The Partner's Perspective is divided into three parts. Part I explores the myths surrounding sex addiction and provides up to date information about what sex addiction is and what causes it before moving on to explain why the discovery hurts partners so much. Part II is about partners’ needs and includes self-help exercises and strategies to help partners regain stability, rebuild self-esteem and consider their future. The controversial topic of co-dependency is also explored with guidance on how to identify it, avoid it and overcome it. Part III focuses on the couple relationship starting with the difficult decision of whether to stay or leave. Whatever the decision, partners will then find help and support for rebuilding trust and reclaiming their sexuality. This book has been written to help partners not only survive, but to grow stronger and move on with their lives – whether alone, or in their relationship. Readers will find revealing statistics and real life stories shared by partners who kindly took part in the first UK survey of sex addiction partners. This book will this book be a valuable guide for partners, but also for the therapists who seek to support them on their journey of recovery.
Except for rare examples, the pronoun “he” will be used when referring to the partner on the autism spectrum. This is because the overwhelming majority of NS partners who shared their experiences with us were females in relationships ...
Author: Susan Moreno
Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers
Drawing on their own experiences of being in long-term relationships with partners with Asperger syndrome, and interviews with others in the same situation, the authors offer tried-and-tested advice on how to surmount common difficulties and make things work.
Author: The Center for Motivation and ChangePublish On: 2016-03-08
In fact, they are likely to push things in the exact opposite direction as your partner acts to defend his position. Detaching is not the answer either, because it leaves you with no way to positively influence your partner.
Author: The Center for Motivation and Change
The Partner's 20 Minute Guide helps partners change their loved one's substance use. Developed by psychologists at the Center for Motivation and Change, the 20 Minute Guide pulls from Motivational Interviewing (MI), CRAFT (Community Reinforcement and Family Training), Cognitive Behavioral Treatment (CBT), and Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) to give family members the best tools to help a loved one change their substance use while staying connected and using the power of science and kindness. This guide will help you with such tools as: How to react when your child has been using substances and when he has NOT been using; How to utilize your support network as effectively as possible; Getting more of what you want to see from your spouse and less of what you don't; How to talk to your partner so that you are more likely to be heard; How to take care of yourself all along the way.
How to Go from Associate to Partner in Any Law Firm Cliff Ennico. On the Positive Side: You will get considerably more experience much earlier in a smaller law firm, because there are fewer bodies to do the available work.
Author: Cliff Ennico
Publisher: Kaplan Publishing
Legal career expert Cliff Ennico shows you how to plan your career as an attorney, from choosing the type of firm you want to join, to moving up the ladder and becoming a partner. He gives you the insider perspective on how to cope at a small, medium, or large firm. And he tells you what you'll need to do to rise through the ranks like the superstar you are!
Janet did not Further , under Code Section 469 ( g ) ( 2 ) , the have passive income against which to offset death of the partner is treated as a disposition the losses so they were suspended . In the of his interest for these purposes ...
The notice shall clearly identify the partner and the partnership by name, address, and identification number and shall state that it constitutes an | election to deny the partnership the right to represent the partner in proceedings ...
a time , by any partner giving notice to the other or payment of the debts , and liabilities of the firm , and others of his intention to dissolve , and in this case the to have the surplus assets applied in payment of what partnership ...
Each partner is bound to attend diligently to the business of the partnership , and is not entitled to any remuneration for acting in such business : ( 5. ) When differences arise as to ordinary matters connected with the partnership ...
Accident and health insurance premiums paid by a partnership as guaranteed payments on behalf of a partner generally may be fully deducted by the partner “above-the-line” provided they do not exceed the partner's share of the earned ...
unless such property has been conveyed by the grantee or a person claiming through such grantee to a holder for value without knowledge that the partner, in making the conveyance, has exceeded his authority.