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Downs is an engaging writer, though prone to repeating the same few points in different words...While many gay readers will fail to recognize themselves here, others will find Downs's logic warming and even generousRead Full Review of The Velvet Rage: Overcoming t... | See more reviews from Publishers Weekly
But the theory as a whole is just another attempt to ascribe every aspect of a complicated human being to some dark, nefarious secret buried in childhood...skip the pop psychology: Find a sympathetic therapist and get to work.Read Full Review of The Velvet Rage: Overcoming t... | See more reviews from Toronto Star
What was most appealing about this book, though, were the last chapters...Downs helps readers along with his “Skills for Leading an Authentic Life,” which are good strengths to cultivate, no matter where you are (or are not) on Downs’ continuum.Read Full Review of The Velvet Rage: Overcoming t...
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