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Dr. Sophy notes that “some clinics are more expensive, some are less, depending on bells and whistles.”
Dr. Charles Sophy talks to Lizzie Crocker about what that rehab means.
Dr. Sophy says the gender imbalance is in part “hormonally driven,” and that testosterone is a big trigger for men.
“There are parameters on relationships in sex rehab,” says Dr. Sophy.
The average length of stay at sex rehabilitation centers is 30 – 45 days, says Sophy.
Sophy Soapstone had blue eyes, too, and two neat little pigtails down her back.Seven O'Clock Stories|Robert Gordon Anderson
As it happened, in the present generation of Brodricks, not one of them had done what was expected of them, except Sophy.
Jane knew that the eyes of the two women were on her, searching her, and that Sophy's eyes were not altogether kind.
"Not you," said Sophy almost fiercely, as she carried the little thing away to his bed beside her own.
Jane discovered in Sophy and in Frances an undercurrent of positive affection that set from her child to her.