Intimacy: The Need to Be Close
Dr. McAdams explores the development of intimacy in the human life cycle, from the parent-infant bond to the intense friendships of preadolescence to adult intimacy needs. He shows that men and women differ in the types of intimacy they crave.
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Connection and Separation
The Intimacy Motive
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