Close Relationships: Family, Friendship, Marriage
A clear and nontechnical perspective on the psychology of intimacy, with a wealth of earthy examples drawn from more than 30 years of analytic experience. Originally published 1958, and still timely. "A rare opportunity for contact with a wise and ample personality.
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