Amor, sexo y noviazgo: Sé libre para amar (Enfoque a la by Sixto Porras

By Sixto Porras

¿Qué quiere decir ser soltero Y sexual en los ojos de Dios?

Esto no es un mero sermón sobre los men del sexo prematrimonial. Con testimonios de gente genuine, este libro pretende ser tu compañero en los retos que representa vivir tu sexualidad en concordancia con el diseño de Dios, expresado en principios bíblicos. Provee amplias explicaciones claras y bien fundamentadas científicamente (en los procesos biofísicos y psicológicos) para que conozcas y comprendas adecuadamente las implicaciones a nivel corporal, emocional y espiritual de l. a. sexualidad en todos sus aspectos. Lucha con qué quiere decir ser soltero y sexual en un entorno cultural que ofrece miles de respuestas que desilusionan. El libro pinta un bello cuadro de jóvenes varones y mujeres, fuertes, realizados en su sexualidad de una forma que refleja el glorioso diseño de Dios en un mundo roto.

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185). Here Gergen distinguished between the development of personal cognitive structures and the self-narrative. Gergen made the distinction between individual cognitive schema and “conceptual categories” (p. 185) associated with self-narration. Gergen formulated the self-narrative as an encapsulation of “self-concepts, schemas, and self-esteem…with the self as a narration rendered intelligible within ongoing relationships” (p. 185). In an earlier work, Gergen and Gergen (1988) offered a storybased concept of the social narrative, and of how humans cognitively order and process life events.

Boeringer also recounted that athletes were more likely to report that they would employ physical coercion for sexual gratification if they were assured of getting away with it (Boeringer, 1996). Viewing these findings within the context of the conclusions reached by Bogart et al. (1970), one might discern two Machiavellian dynamics at work. The first relates to the idea of corroborating with, or modeling the behavior of peers who are perceived as competent. Fraternity members and athletes who engage in ritualistic initiations, study, socialize, endure difficulties, reside, and engage in other cohesive activities together will likely develop an affinity for their fellow members.

In an earlier work, Gergen and Gergen (1988) offered a storybased concept of the social narrative, and of how humans cognitively order and process life events. These authors assert that people tend to categorize life experiences into traditional narrative, or story-telling templates. Gergen and Gergen related that humans filter raw life experiences into a framework that matches the universal conception of a good story. Specifically, people select important events, order them, 22 Narcissism and Entitlement establish causal links, develop plots, and hone them toward an end goal.

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