You're Not What I Expected: Learning to Love the Opposite Sex
Combining research and clinical theory with actual case histories, this book reveals how couples can enhance their communication skills and learn how to make deeper commitments via the revolutionary new method of dialogue therapy--a form of conversation that involves having and maintaining one's own point of view while understanding another's.
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