In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1grupo de encuentro masculinegrupo relacional masculine
- I'm not talking about a touchy-feely encounter group approach or a hand-holding session.
- At the end of basic training, the 19 soldiers in his unit were made to undergo a kind of encounter group session.
- These groups include community groups (e.g., encounter groups and marathon groups) and educational groups.
- In the 70s, women's protest marches, encounter groups and sexual liberation all made their mark on society.
- I was torn between running an encounter group and running Poetry Project.
- Being in heaven is like participating in a not especially intellectually rigorous self-help encounter group.
- To aid the healing process, he joins a divorced and separated encounter group, where others in a similar situation seek solace in each other's company.
- Instead, increasingly it operates as a sort of soggy electronic encounter group.
- Taylor says: ‘Women have turned the office into an encounter group.’
- I've been on a lot of encounter groups for men, retreats, kind of thing, but they were mostly chanting and howling and recovering memories of parental neglect.
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