PQR: prescription for a quality relationship

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Simon & Schuster, Jan 1, 1990 - Family & Relationships - 226 pages
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Identifies fifty-four common problems that can develop in a relationship, and explains how to turn those situations into opportunities for intimacy

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An excellent resource for "checking in with yourself" and your behavior in relationships. It is ONLY by changing your own behavior that you can change a relationship and how another person responds to you. There's no other philosophy to learn, you don't need to figure out why or what the other person is thinking or even doing. That's a waste of time and emotion.
I found this book over a decade ago and it remains my reference point when I'm confused and worried about a relationship. Now I'm a year from getting my PhD in psychology and this is still the most useful book I have read.
 

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PART TWO RELATIONSHIP TRAPS
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Regretting
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Universalizing Your Own Opinion
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