Angry Marriage: Overcoming The Rage, Reclaiming the Love

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Hyperion, Mar 10, 1994 - Family & Relationships - 288 pages
A psychologist explores the potentially devastating impact of anger on relationships, discussing six different types of marital discord in which couples can become ensnared and how to understand and break damaging behavior patterns.

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The Angry Marriage; Overcoming the Rage, Reclaiming the Love by Bonnie Maslin, PhD. That book was also just under 300 pages. While this book was not the greatest treatise on this issue, there were a ... Read full review

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Maslin ( Not Quite Paradise: Making Marriage Work, LJ 12/86; Loving Men for All the Right Reasons , LJ 2/1/82) aims to help one assess one's marriage and find out how to "fix'' it. To that end, she ... Read full review

Contents

The Gift of Anger
3
Are You in an Angry Marriage?
19
Angry Sex?
38
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Bonnie Maslin, Ph.D., is a psychologist who has worked as a psychotherapist and educator for over twenty years. The author of most recently "The Angry Marriage" and other books on families and relationships, she has been a frequent guest on many TV programs. She and her husband live in New York City and have four children.

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