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Topic - Sheldon Bruck
In the latest attack on therapies aimed at helping gay patients who want to become heterosexual, a California congresswoman Wednesday said she was introducing a resolution calling on the U.S. Congress to denounce the practice.
Sheldon Bruck said he underwent therapy for several weeks at Jews Offering New Alternatives for Healing to escape his same-sex attractions.
Instead, he said, the therapy led him to depression, anxiety and estrangement from his family, especially his mother.