By Mark O'Connell
How to make any marriage ceremony freeing, courageous, and sexy.
This post-DOMA ebook is for any couple—same or contrary sex—seeking a personalised marriage ceremony that dignifies the connection and the person self. No “new normal" here—this advisor emboldens you to harness your distinct, brazen, queer fact; to be artistic; and to devise your marriage ceremony your way.
Every fiancé faces the query: How do I turn into anything new with no wasting myself? utilizing his personal story—from how he and his husband hooked up through MTV's The actual World to the genuine global in their marriage—author Mark O'Connell displays on conflicts that arrive in the course of marriage ceremony transitions, in addition to quite a few different transitions all through your lives.
As a psychotherapist, O'Connell bargains rules to bridge relational gaps together with your companion, relations, and acquaintances. As a qualified actor, he additionally bargains perception into the methods your marriage ceremony is a theatrical creation: how this may assist you to conceptualize the development, consolidate your efforts, and elevate artistic collaboration as a pair. this can serve you not just at the day, but in addition for the remainder of a while together.
Whether we're immediately, homosexual, or different, weddings encourage us to carve out extra enjoyable, freedom, acceptance, life-space, love-space, and connubial house than we've ever had prior to.
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This indicates that the application wants both read and write access to the memorymapped region. Flags The flags argument is supplied with the value MAP_SHARED. This permits nonexclusive access to the underlying mapping. File Descriptor This argument supplies the underlying opened file to be mapped into memory. In this case, we map a region of physical ARM memory into our application by using the opened device driver node /dev/mem. Offset This last argument specifies the location in physical memory where we want to start our access.