CENTERING AND THE ART OF INTIMACY: A NEW PSYCHOLOGY OF CLOSE RELATIONSHIPS

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Simon & Schuster, Mar 8, 1993 - Psychology - 192 pages
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With this enlightening book, readers can conquer the most common obstacles to satisfying love--the twin fears of aloneness and closeness. The keys to surmounting these fears lie in developing awareness, honesty and commitment. The authors offer activities and exercises to help readers develop these relationship skills.

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I think this book is the single most profound, direct and on-point summary of fundamental relationship pitfalls and traps I've ever read. It points things out so they can be recognized, dealt with ... Read full review

Contents

The Essentials of Close Relationships
15
A Couple Transforms
36
How Our Own Relationship
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