Keeping Mr. Right: The Gay Man's Guide to Lasting Relationships

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Alyson Books, 2004 - Family & Relationships - 195 pages
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Now that you have him, how are you going to make the relationship work? Learning to live with the love of your life can be the hardest part!

In his 2000 best-seller, "Mr. Right Is Out There, Dr. Kenneth George helped countless gay men find long-lasting love. But now that you've found it, what do you do to keep it? In this comprehensive follow-up book, Dr. George offers, in the same warm and wise manner, indispensable guidelines to help gay men form successful male couples.

Known for his commonsense, forthright approach to relationships, Dr. George explores the thorniest issues facing gay couples and offers sound advice on how to work through them. And he provides clear examples and step-by-step exercises to help you implement his suggestions in your own life. From negotiating change and resolving conflict to cultivating deep friendship and having a great sex life, you'll find all of the essential components of a happy and healthy relationship in "Keeping Mr. Right.

Kenneth D. George, Ph.D., is the author of "Mr. Right Is Out There: The Gay Man's Guide to Finding and Maintaining Love. He is a former professor at the University of Pennsylvania and runs a private practice in psychotherapy, working with gay men and male couples. The author of two college textbooks, he has written numerous articles on relationships, homophobia, and sexual orientation. He and his partner, Christopher S. Beck, have maintained their love for each other for over 10 years.

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Contents

Successful Male Couples
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Start Behaving as Mr Right
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Kenneth D. George, Ph.D., is the author of Mr. Right Is Out There: The Gay Man's Guide to Finding and Maintaining Love. He is a former professor at the University of Pennsylvania and runs a private practice in psychotherapy, working with gay men and male

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