Being and Loving

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J. Aronson, 1990 - Psychology - 164 pages
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Discusses the work of the author as a teacher and psychotherapist and her success in helping men and women resolve the conflict between intimacy and identity.

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Contents

The Core Conflict
1
Why Look Back?
13
The Basis for Loving
19
Copyright

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ALTHEA J. HORNER is a distinguished author, teacher, psychologist, and author of many classic and award-winning books including Object Relations and the Developing Ego in Therapy, Being and Loving, The Wish for Power and the Fear of Having It, Treating the Neurotic Patient in Brief Psychotherapy, and Psychoanalytic Object Relations Therapy.

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