Sexual Abuse of Males: The SAM Model of Theory and Practice
Hello, I'm new to the forum and was hoping someone here might have this book or might have worked with it at least. From the description I felt as though it was the best choice because it seems to have a very indepth analyzation of the mind of the victim, the contributing factors from everything and everyone around him. So it might be technical with the psychological and perhaps even chemical (as in mental disorders) states of the victim in relation to the abuse and reaction (in the situations where the victim does divulge). Nutshell: it looks like it can help me figure out where my crazies come from?
But here's question: while it may, once I read it and get to understand its terminology, show me where many of my emotions and triggers come from; do you know if it has exercises, sets of questions, practices or suggestions for the survivor to do in efforts to work out the feelings of vulnerability, paranoia,
Please if someone could help me on this I would greatly appreciate it as i have actually purchased this book and am expecting it to arrive by September 6th.