Saturday, January 05, 2013

Homosexuality and the lost twin

Thank you Lidia, who sent me a link to this video.

Dr Joseph Nicolosi explains homosexuality very clearly - But where are the womb twin survivors?

If Dr Nocolsi only knew about womb twin survivors, he would find a new view of the people who come to him for help (Only a very particular group of homosexual people seek therapy, and Dr N. only includes men in this study, so it's hardly representative.)

Do watch the whole 3 presentations, because throughout (and particularly when you get to no 3), you will find the following:
  • Loneliness
  • Suicidal feelings 
  • Depression
  • Lack of assertiveness
  • Relationship sabotage and breakdown
  • Gender confusion
  • Difficulty with intimacy
  • Emptiness
  • Dead
  • Flat
  • Hollow inside
Does that sound familiar?
What difference would it make to the whole issue of homosexuality to consider this:

Homosexual people are womb twin survivors, trying to recreate the lost twin bond in relationship to one another.

Here is the third part, where the connection is most clear....

Do feel free to leave comments - we need to discuss this!

1 comment:

  1. I am bisexual and have been aware of it for most of my life. It caused a great deal of grief and confusion, more so, I believe, than had I been totally homosexual. I believe without a doubt, that it is the result of having been in utero with an identical twin girl and a fraternal triplet brother.