Intimate connections: the new and clinically tested program for overcoming loneliness developed at the Presbyterian--University of Pennsylvania Medical Center
W. Morrow, 1985 - Family & Relationships - 333 pages
Focuses on problems of loneliness, shyness, and sexual insecurity, and outlines specific techniques, including self-assessment tests, for dealing with these problems and other inhibitions
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A Personal Introduction
Are You Lonely?
The First Step Learning to Like and Love Yourself
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