Feeling Safe

Feeling Safe San Diego police officer Larson Jenkins rescues a scared and hurt Calvin Trison who was attacked by a burglar in his home In a spur of the moment decision Larson decides to take the injured man home

Being Safe vs Feeling Safe But, we need to broaden our definition of safety to also include this concept of feeling safe a concept that we call psychological safety What we are realizing now and what the research is telling us is that permanency and well being can t fully happen if the child does not feel safe first. The Importance of Feeling Safe Wellness, Disease Feeling safe is not having that soon to be falling off a cliff feeling and not worried about being criticized by those surrounding you It is the ability to find the safe space SELF Therapy Feeling Safe Feeling Safe Throughout percent of human history, staying safe was something we did Now, since most of us have pretty safe lives, it is something we want to feel. Feeling Safe Quotes, Quotations Sayings Feeling Safe quotes Friendship is the inexpressible comfort of feeling safe with a person, having neither to weigh thoughts nor measure words Read quotes and sayings about Feeling Safe. Feeling Safe Signs You Have a Wounded Inner Child Feeling Safe What Does it Mean Safety is not just physical, it is also emotional, psychological, and spiritual When we feel truly safe within our family environment, we have our physical and emotional boundaries respected, our authentic selves accepted, and we feel close to and love by our family members most notably our parents We also need to be given permission to grow and change and Feeling Safe A Guided Imagery Meditation Feeling Safe Feeling Safe is a guided imagery meditation that will take you on a powerful journey to help you release your fears and improve your confidence It s a great meditation for helping to alleviate anxiety.

  • Title: Feeling Safe
  • Author: Sonja Spencer
  • ISBN: 9781935192565
  • Page: 458
  • Format: ebook
  • San Diego police officer Larson Jenkins rescues a scared and hurt Calvin Trison, who was attacked by a burglar in his home In a spur of the moment decision, Larson decides to take the injured man home with him to a secure building where Calvin can recover behind several locked doors, a fat, spoiled cat, and himself As he finds himself falling in love, Larson knows his grSan Diego police officer Larson Jenkins rescues a scared and hurt Calvin Trison, who was attacked by a burglar in his home In a spur of the moment decision, Larson decides to take the injured man home with him to a secure building where Calvin can recover behind several locked doors, a fat, spoiled cat, and himself As he finds himself falling in love, Larson knows his greatest fear is all too possible that Calvin will latch onto him until he feels safe again and then he ll be out the door.

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    1. 3.55*Ok, first of all, everyone that complains that Calvin is whiny and needy is right, and the POV changes are slightly confusing, except when the Cat Betty has her turn, that one was easy! ( since the guys don't call each other daddy thank goodness! ) It's a bit of instant -love/lust and a very rushed relationship that doesn't really happen on page, but despite all that I agree with my friend who recommended it to me, it's a sweet fluffy guilty pleasure! It's not great , but I feel like I'm al [...]

    2. Didn't think much about this one a great deal of angst, where really there shouldn't have been. Or maybe yes, but only a little bit. Larson worrying that Calvin would like him only for 'rescuing' him can be understood, to a point.The thing was, Calvin was a wuss. Yes, I'd be scared if someone broke into my apartment. I'd have knives, though. I'd have something heavy, or at least that I can use in a moment of desperation. Even if I *did* hide in the closet, I sure as heck wouldn't try to come ou [...]

    3. 4 stars for the story but 1 star for the narration :( This is actually a really nice, conflict free, fluffy, romantic four star novella. The kind of story that goes really well with tea and biscuits.Alas the audiobook is monotone and boring. What a pity! A missed opportunity.I do wish publishers would produce good audiobooks because it can really enhance the reader experience if done well. When my son was little I used to read to him and I did different voices for different characters and not ve [...]

    4. Sonja Spencer's bio states that she aspires to be an "entertaining writer and a gourmet chef." While I can't vouch for Ms. Spencer's progress on the culinary front, regarding writing, I found this book to be a very pleasant diversion. The beginning quarter contains a healthy dose of hurt/comfort with each character playing the role that would be stereotypically determined by their body types. However, later that dynamic flips once they've become comfortable and secure enough with each other to o [...]

    5. Those kind of books - predictable, boring, with two dimensional characters and no plot to speak of - do a great disservice to gay fiction. If that was my first one, I don't think I'd be eager to read another.And what is worse, it was made into an audiobook!I'm an audiobook lover and I'm crazy about gay novels. The thing is, there aren't many m/m audiobooks out there, and when I find one - I'm ecstatic, giddy, excited, etc. So, it's small wonder that, when I finally listened to "Feeling Safe", I [...]

    6. The narrator has a good voice but lacks passion - too monotone. It was like he was reciting his grocery list. To be fair, it might have been the subject matter. This book was a good idea but just didn't work for me. The wording was strange. I can't imagine someone outside of a Gone With the Wind type novel saying "Take me lover. I'm yours" while not falling over with laughter.Calvin was so NEEDY and WHINY and, Larson was afraid to have a conversation with him about their relationship. I found my [...]

    7. First, I'd like to say I'm willing to give her other books a try, but this book was actually kind of painful to get through. I kept wanting to skip ahead to see if the characters got any less whiny, or if either of them managed to grow a pair at some point.I feel like there was no real story or even a real problem for the main couple to work through, it was all just character insecurity ( there was no cause for any insecurity so it was all just sort ofthere).The only reason I didn't quit reading [...]

    8. Feeling Safe was an enjoyable read for meI thought it was very sweet and the story of how these two fella's found each other was totally charming. The story was lacking in areas such as interactions with secondary characters. These guys were alone the majority of the story but I loved it anyway. It made me smile.

    9. I really liked Larson (the policeman) in this story but the wimpy Calvin was a real turnoff. While I understand that somebody might be traumatized after a robbery I don´t think that Calvin's reaction was realistic. The story might have worked if Calvin had been seriously injured by the burglar and Larson was helping him to recover.

    10. This is the first book that I have ready by Sonja. It was pretty good. The esteem issues were over thought/discussed in my opinion. This did not dissuade me from reading other works by Sonja Spencer.

    11. This was an engaging enough story, and I liked the characters but found the constant shifting of POV a bit distracting.

    12. A cop rescues a guy from an in-progress burglary, then takes the guy home. My biggest complaint was the sometimes dizzying point-of-view changes – every paragraph for a while… including the cat.

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