Hidden agendas: what's really going on in your relationships--in love, at work, in your family

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Delacorte Press, Sep 1, 1990 - Family & Relationships - 268 pages
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Explains how to understand other people's hidden motives, as well as one's own, unravelling, through anecdotes case studies

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Hidden agendas: what's really going on in your relationships--in love, at work, in your family

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Potash, psychotherapist and co-author of Cold Feet: Why Men Don't Commit (Dutton, 1988), defines hidden agendas as conscious and unconscious attempts to hide our true motives in order to avoid pain ... Read full review

Contents

The Truth and Nothing but the Truth?
25
Agendas You See Agendas You Dont
53
Whats on Your Agenda?
81
Copyright

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About the author (1990)

Dr. Marlin S. Potash has a private psychotherapy practice in Manhattan.

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