The art of intimacy

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Prentice Hall Press, 1988 - Family & Relationships - 272 pages
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The authors, both psychiatrists, illustrate the profound causes and consequences of the persistent failure of individuals in relationships to achieve real intimacy. They provide crucial guidance to living and loving in a fulfilling way.

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As a psychotherapist with over 25 years of experience, I recommend this book to all clinicians and others who are willing to take the time to explore this book by taking notes and re-reading the passages. For clinicians, excerpts from this book and inspire your clients to take a more thoughtful look at themselves and their relationship. This is not a pop culture book; instead, it is an insightful and awakening experience. And, their second book is just as good as their first. 

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Prologue
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Personal Spaces Love Intimacy and Closeness
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Personal Forms Me Myself and I 30
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