Tango from Chaos to Creativity

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Xlibris Corporation, Oct 30, 2010 - Psychology - 150 pages
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Jean Pollack’s first book chronicles the story of a dissociative man who meets his future therapist at a ballroom dancing event. The reader is invited to therapy sessions where his intriguing and often harrowing story of abuse is told. The way his mind works reveals stark imagery, yet even when the feelings elicited are complex the reader wants to understand the patient’s troubled world. His uplifting story of abuse to integration through healing and dance is told by his therapist through her client’s eyes. This book is important and progressive.
 

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Contents

Chapter 32
85
Chapter 33
89
Chapter 33
90
Chapter 34
92
Chapter 34
93
Chapter 35
96
Chapter 35
97
Chapter 36
102

Chapter 7
26
Chapter 8
28
Chapter 9
30
Chapter 10
31
Chapter 11
33
Chapter 12
35
Chapter 13
38
Chapter 14
40
Chapter 15
42
Chapter 16
44
Chapter 17
46
Chapter 18
49
Chapter 19
50
Chapter 20
52
Chapter 21
53
Chapter 22
55
Chapter 23
58
Chapter 24
64
Chapter 25
67
Chapter 26
69
Chapter 27
72
Chapter 27
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Chapter 28
74
Chapter 28
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Chapter 29
76
Chapter 30
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Chapter 30
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Chapter 31
80
Chapter 31
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Chapter 32
84
Chapter 36
103
Chapter 37
104
Chapter 37
105
Chapter 38
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Chapter 38
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Chapter 39
110
Chapter 39
111
Chapter 40
112
Chapter 40
113
Chapter 41
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Chapter 41
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Chapter 42
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Chapter 42
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Chapter 43
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Chapter 43
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Chapter 44
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Chapter 44
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Chapter 45
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Chapter 45
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Chapter 46
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Chapter 46
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Chapter 47
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Chapter 47
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Chapter 48
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Chapter 48
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Conclusion
145
Conclusion
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Index
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