When the Problem is Sexual Sin: A Counseling Model
Describes a "pyramid" of desires, where the sexual lust object is only the most obvious, top level of ruling desires. At a second level are relational lusts: for safety, risk, distance, intimacy, and the like. At a third level are life-meaning lusts: the heart desires regarding what a person thinks is important and what makes life meaningful. Gives a brief case study and illustrates how counseling can address all three levels.
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