We'd have a great relationship if it weren't for you: regaining love and intimacy through mutuality

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Health Communications, 1994 - Family & Relationships - 310 pages
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All intimate relationships that are troubled, painful, unsatisfying or stuck have one thing in common: the partners involved focus on their differences. To protect themselves from the fear & vulnerability of greater intimacy, they hide behind attitudes of judgment & blame. WE'D HAVE A GREAT RELATIONSHIP IF IT WEREN'T FOR YOU presents a powerful alternative to the conflict. Author Bruce Derman leads couples away from their divisive judgmental thinking & into greater intimacy, satisfaction & love.

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Contents

PROTECTION FROM THE UNKNOWN
27
PLAYING THE GAME
45
LIVING IN THE COMFORT ZONE
63
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About the author (1994)

Since the mid-1970s, Michael Hauge has made a living in Hollywood as a script consultant, story editor, writer, and lecturer. After leaving film school, Hauge became a reader for a variety of producers and agencies. Years later, acting on his aspirations of becoming a teacher, Hauge began teaching a screenwriting class through the UCLA extension program. Those classes eventually caused Hauge to begin conducting weekend seminars on writing for the screen. The seminars provide a complete "A to Z" approach to both the craft and business during two intensive days of work. Drawing on his experiences writing for the movies, Hauge wrote the best-selling HarperCollins book, Writing Screenplays That Sell, that gives aspiring screen writers a clear and concise method for mapping out a story. Although he now owns and runs his own production company catering to the Hollywood film and television industry, Hauge occasionally develops projects for independent producers.

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