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Resolving Homosexual Problems: A Guide for LDS Men Paperback – September 4, 1997
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Jason Park knows about the homosexual struggle. He made the journey out. His story is a compelling one. For LDS men who struggle with unwanted homosexual attractions, and for the family, friends, and professionals who want to help them, this book provides an important message: change is possible. -- A. Dean Byrd, Ph.D., Clinical Psychologist, Clinical Professor of Psychology --Publisher Comments
This is a great book written by a skilled LDS author--an important guide for the struggler. The book supports therapeutic information with Latter-day Saint scriptures and instructions from General Authorities. The combination is a powerful testimony for those seeking to transition out of homosexual problems. -- David Pruden, Executive Director, Evergreen International --Publisher Comments
Thorough in its content and documentation, this is the best product I have seen and certainly the best for an LDS audience." --J. R. Johansen, Bishop
"A very thorough treatment of a complex subject by a man who has walked this d! ifficult journey This book will bless the lives of many. -- Dan Gray, LCSW --Publisher Comments
About the Author
Jason Park has served in leadership positions in organizations seeking to help those who want to overcome their homosexual problems, including former Chairman of the Board of Trustees of Evergreen International, Inc. Jason is active in Church leadership positions in his stake and is happily married with four children.
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"[T]he association does not consider homosexuality a disorder that requires treatment, and as such, we see no basis for [reparative therapy]. AAMFT expects its members to practice based on the best research and clinical evidence available."