Making Love, Playing Power: Men, Women, and the Rewards of Intimate Justice

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Soft Skull Press, Jun 28, 2007 - Psychology - 235 pages
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Men, Women, Love, and Power: Building Couple Partnerships in the 21st Century brings the cutting edge of relationship therapy to the mass market. Family therapist and organizational consultant Ken Dolan-Del Vecchio debunks superficial theories about communication styles and gender roles as he gets to the real reason so many relationships are in trouble — misuse of power. Men, Women, Love, and Power reveals how gender, race, sexual orientation, and money set the foundation for personal power, and how power as domination drives most conflicts whether between nations, interest groups, or individuals. Women will find Men, Women, Love, and Power uniquely inspiring and validating. Men will find it life-changing. This book shows how to reject the power of domination and realize the power of love. Dolan-Del Vecchio offers new and provocative “principles of love,” memorable case examples, and “action steps” that help readers make changes that bring lasting love.

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Starting with the premise that men don't listen to women because they can get away with it, family therapist Dolan-Del Vecchio discusses how gender, race, sexual orientation, and money form the ... Read full review

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