When Opposites Attract: Right Brain/left Brain Relationships and how to Make Them Work

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Dutton, 1994 - Psychology - 285 pages
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"In When Opposites Attract, Rebecca Cutter draws from her extensive work with both straight and gay couples to propose a bold new solution to the problem of couple communication. She makes the case that it's right-brain or left-brain dominance, rather than gender, that plays the greatest role in how partners and spouses approach the world and one another."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved

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Contents

LEFT BRAIN RIGHT BRAIN WHATS THE DIFFERENCE? I
13
WHEN OPPOSITES ATTRACT
19
BECOMING A BILINGUAL COUPLE
30
TALKING TO YOUR PARTNER
47
THE GIFT OF LISTENING
65
YOUREBOTH RIGHT
89
THE ART RB AND SCIENCE LB OF LOVING
108
SELECTING A LIFE PARTNER
144
UNREALISTIC EXPECTATIONS
159
I0 FOREVER A LOOK AT COMMITMENT
175
I2 OPEN LETTERS
226
INDEX
277
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About the author (1994)

Rebecca Cutter is a clinical member of the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapists.

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