Men Who Can't Love

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Fine Communications, Mar 1, 1994 - Interpersonal relations - 235 pages
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This optimistic book states that failed relationships are not always a woman's fault, adding a much-needed counterpoint to the many one-sided advice books now available. A choice of LG.

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The information in the book is spot on. I was in a relationship with a man for 7 years, and I found his character ALL over these pages. I didn't like that there was no hope in any of these relationships, but I suppose that is the nature of a committmentphobic. There MUST be a cure of this!?? If other phobics can be delt with, why not this one? Great researsh! Very accurate. Now let's find out how we can get the committmentphobics past it.  


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acting as though again Agenda always another woman answering machine anxiety anxiety attack anything apartment asked away beginning behavior Behavior Modification believe Bitter End blind date Body Language brunch can't can't love cerned Chinese food claustrophobic COLD FEET comes on strong commitment commitment anxieties commitment problem commitmentphobic COMMITMENTPHOBIC RELATIONSHIP Connecticut couldn't couples counseling CURTAIN CALLS David depressed didn't call didn't want dinner DISAPPEARING ACT Disneyland ditional divorce doesn't want don't Don't assume Don't start end the relationship entrapment everything excuses extreme behavior fantasy fear fear of commitment feel trapped felt fight or flight forbidden zones friends Gary get involved happened Harry Houdini he's head over heels hidden agenda himself However hypersensitive Hyperventilating ically internal alarm interpersonal relationships involved it's Jewish jitters Julia Sokol Karen knew leave Let's get married look love my wife marriage married mentphobic misogynist mitment mitmentphobic monogamous relationship never night night of love Oedipal conflicts often palpitations permanent commitment phobic phobic response phone number pretzel probably problem promises to change psychiatrist pursuit/panic realize really rela relationship relaxation techniques remember romantic romanticize RUNNING SCARED sabotage the relationship says seems sexual Sexual Revolution sibility sleep Smart Response smart woman something something awful start station wagon Steven Carter suffocated systematic desensitization talk tell tennis Teri Thanksgiving that's therapist things thought tionship told too many women totally true phobia Typical Response understand want the relationship wasn't week went what's happening wife woman wants women worried worst-case commitmentphobic wrong Year's Eve you're You're Mine yourself

About the author (1994)

Carter has devoted himself to dealing with the problems and rewards of relationships for the past twenty years.

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