Intimacy, Transcendence, and Psychology: Closeness and Openness in Everyday Life
This book addresses the richness and depth of our intimate relationships and especially those moments when we come to see ourselves and the other person in a new way. In such moments we realize that however much we are influenced by heredity and upbringing, we are also agents with the capacity for openness and transcendence.
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Seeing a Significant Other As if for the First Time
On Being Disillusioned by a Significant Other
Forgiving Another Recovering Ones Future
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