Author : Janell L. Carroll
Genre : Psychology
Publisher : Cengage Learning Canada Inc
ISBN : 9780176728816
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With its fresh, engaging and distinctly Canadian approach, Sexuality Now: Embracing Diversity, First Canadian Edition, teaches students what they need and want to know about sexuality while clearly conveying foundational biological and health issues and citing current and classic research. The text is solidly founded in author Janell Carroll’s partnership with her students, answering the questions and concerns that students have about themselves and their sexuality with scientific fact, sensitivity, humour, and unmatched candor. The Canadian edition presents the range of sexual orientations and behaviours and takes into account the diverse social, religious, ethnic, racial, and cultural contexts of today’s students. The MindTap for Sexuality Now is an online learning environment that features an array of engaging videos of Dr. Carroll traveling to different countries and videotaping actual interviews with people regarding their take on various human sexuality research topics.

Author : Institute For Cancer Prevention
Genre :
Publisher : Kendall Hunt
ISBN : 0787262846
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Author : Clint E. Bruess
Genre : Health & Fitness
Publisher : Jones & Bartlett Learning
ISBN : 0763747599
Type book : PDF, Epub, Kindle and Mobi
File Download : 317 page

Sexuality Education: Theory and Practice, Fourth Edition is designed to prepare future sexuality educators and administrators, as well as seasoned teachers about sexuality and also aims to clarify the false assumptions related to sexuality education. This one-of-a-kind resource provides comprehensive coverage of information and issues related to sexuality education and the skills needed to prepare sexuality educators.

Author : Thomas N. Hart
Genre : Religion
Publisher : Paulist Press
ISBN : 0809141671
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File Download : 141 page

At the Beginning of the Second Millennium, Men Are cautiously seeking alternative models of masculinity. They ask: Can I be a feeling person without being spineless? Can I welcome liberated women without losing my own freedom? Do I dare be friendly with gay men? Can I be a caring lover, husband, dad -- successful in the marketplace -- while still honoring my authentic maleness? This book gives men a chance to explore and dialogue with that emerging self. It is not just a book to read; it is a book to do. Interactive features allow men to face and heal boyhood wounds, recognize stored-up anger, deal with the strains of the workplace, and commit more deeply to relationships. Book jacket.

Author : Jannell L. Carroll
Genre : Psychology
Publisher : Wadsworth Publishing Company
ISBN : 0155067710
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Written by Ann Kolodji (University of Colorado Health Sciences), the Study Guide contains chapter summaries, detailed chapter outlines, learning objectives, fill-in-the-blank and short answer questions for each sub-section within each chapter, and a "What Do I Know?" section (at the end of each chapter) that provides true/false, multiple choice, and matching questions covering the entire chapter. Answers with main text page references and rejoinders are found at the end of each chapter.

Author : Blake Guichet
Genre : Religion
Publisher : Tyndale House Publishers
ISBN : 9781496457042
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Why does it so often feel like Christians can't talk about the real, hard stuff in life? We know our lives should reflect Jesus; what He did and said, and how He interacted with others. But if we're being honest, there are days when we face tough, confusing things that can make us feel, well, very not like Jesus. As our culture moves further from truth and grace, Christians are burned-out, isolated, and unsure of where to turn for sound biblical advice that applies to their everyday struggles. If you've ever felt this way or wished someone would talk about things like forgiveness, mental health, broken friendships, redirected dreams, sex, facts versus feelings, church hurt, rest, weakness, healing, and more in honest, down-to-earth terms while sticking to what Scripture has to say about them, you've come to the right place. Confessions of a Crappy Christian is for you if you have ever thought you're too messed up for church feel exhausted and alone in your struggles think you need to complete a checklist before God will love you need a friend who cares about you too much to let you stay stuck With honesty and vulnerability, Blake Guichet, host of the popular podcast Confessions of a Crappy Christian, helps us embrace the truth that we can't do it all perfectly and gives us the wisdom, guidance, and hope to move from "crappy" Christian into a freer and fuller walk with Christ.

Author : Jonathan Mills
Genre : Philosophy
Publisher : Regent College Publishing
ISBN : 1573830917
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Author : Jan Gonda
Genre : Religion
Publisher : Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN : 9781474280822
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This book contains a detailed discussion of some of the historical, doctrinal, ritual and literary aspects of both Vaishnavism and Shaivism, as first presented – then as Visnuism and Sivaism – at the 1969 Jordan Lecture in Comparative Religion. By comparing both religions, the main characteristics of each tradition is delineated and questions regarding their origins, theological doctrines and practices are reconsidered. Special emphasis is laid on their various interrelations, for example, the partly parallel and often divergent development of their rituals and philosophies.

Author : Lee Ellis
Genre : Psychology
Publisher : Psychology Press
ISBN : 9781136874932
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This volume is the first to aim at summarizing all of the scientific literature published so far regarding male-female differences and similarities, not only in behavior, but also in basic biology, physiology, health, perceptions, emotions, and attitudes. Results from over 18,000 studies have been condensed into more than 1,900 tables, with each table pertaining to a specific possible sex difference. Even research pertaining to how men and women are perceived (stereotyped) as being different is covered. Throughout this book's eleven years in preparation, no exclusions were made in terms of subject areas, cultures, time periods, or even species. The book is accompanied by a CD containing all 18,000+ references cited in the book. Sex Differences is a monumental resource for any researcher, student, or professional who requires an assessment of the weight of evidence that currently exists regarding any sex difference of interest. It is also suitable as a text in graduate courses pertaining to gender or human sexuality.

Author : Tyndale
Genre : Bibles
Publisher :
ISBN : 9781496445445
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Make Your Study Personal and Your Devotions Serious. You study the Bible to connect with God's heart. The NLT Study Bible gives you the tools you need to enter the world of the Bible so you can do just that. Including over 25,000 study notes plus profiles, charts, maps, timelines, book and section introductions, and approximately 300 theme notes, the NLT Study Bible will make your study personal and your devotions serious. This new large print edition features a generous 10-point font. The New Living Translation breathes life into even the most difficult-to-understand Bible passages, changing lives as the words speak directly to their hearts.