One’s perceptions and experiences of intimacy is deeply personal and as such, can be a difficult subject for practitioners to broach. The Garos Sexual Behaviour Inventory (GSBI) sensitively measures sexual frequency and control by inquiring about atypical sexual behaviours while also asking less threatening, more common sexual difficulty questions. Such behaviours are of interest and most examined in forensic settings between inmates, in couples/marriage counselling, and in clinical groups where other problems, such as drug or alcohol abuse, or addiction are simultaneously dealt with.
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