What is Sexual Disturbance?

Ellis, Albert
July 1992
Humanist;Jul/Aug92, Vol. 52 Issue 4, p45
Continues the author's views on sexual disturbance and constitutes the second part of his answer to a letter in the May/June 1992 issue of `The Humanist.' Sexual disturbance largely stems from three major kinds of absolutist demandingness; Self-demandingness; Demandingness in others; Demandingness of world conditions; More.


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