Compelled to control: why relationships break down and what makes them well

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Health Communications, Inc., 1992 - Family & Relationships - 246 pages
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Identifying the principle cause of interpersonal problems as the need to control, a twelve-step-style recovery program offers advice on how to affect a profound change in a "controller."

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What Is Controlling All About?
Additional Factors That Operate
Healing The Compulsion To Control

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About the author (1992)

Keith Miller is an American who was born in Tanzania, raised in Kenya, and wrote this novel while living in southern Sudan. He now lives in Egypt, where he is a design consultant and art teacher at a center for refugees. The illustrations in "The Book of Flying" are his own.

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