“What would Nicolosi say?” we’d ask. It became a regular refrain, an acknowledgment that we were misbehaving. Part of the bond we developed was in our shared rebellion against our therapist. For me, it had less to do with opposing ex-gay therapy than with the giddy thrill of defying authority. Ryan was convinced that change was impossible—“Nicolosi’s a quack,” he once said. Despite my transgressions, I still believed in Nicolosi’s theory. But my relationship with Ryan evinced a larger problem: While I was uncovering how my relationship with my parents continued to shape my inner life, I was still attracted to men. I chatted with older guys on the Internet and on a few occasions met them.
Dear Bitstrips for Schools users,
We’re sorry to announce that Bitstrips for Schools has closed earlier than planned. We are in the process of emailing teachers links to download all of their classwork and activities. If you were a Bitstrips for Schools teacher, keep an eye out for these emails in your inbox.
You can access a selection of our favourite activities in this new downloadable Activity Book . Choose from over 25 printable comic activities to continue giving students a creative way to demonstrate their understanding.
Bitstrips for Schools Activity Book
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The Bitstrips for Schools Team
Obviously, everyone suffers from inferiority in one form or another. For example, Adler began his theoretical work considering organ inferiority , that is, the fact that each of us has weaker, as well as stronger, parts of our anatomy or physiology. Some of us are born with heart murmurs, or develop heart problems early in life; Some have weak lungs, or kidneys, or early liver problems; Some of us stutter or lisp; Some have diabetes, or asthma, or polio; Some have weak eyes, or poor hearing, or a poor musculature; Some of us have innate tendencies to being heavy, others to being skinny; Some of us are retarded, some of us are deformed; Some of us are terribly tall or terribly short; And so on and so on.