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You're not what I expected; love after the romance has ended

By: Young-Eisendrath, Polly
Material type: TextTextNew York William Morrow and Company, Inc. c1993Description: 416p.; appendix; bibliog. refs.; bibliog.; indexContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volume ISBN: 0-688-11434-2Subject(s): Intimacy (Psychology) | Sex Role | Interpersonal Relations | Marital Psychotherapy | Relationship, Psychological | Anima (Psychoanalysis) | Animus (Psychoanalysis) | Anger | Anxiety | Child psychology | Envy | Fear | Gender Identity | Jealousy | Rape | Sexuality | Women | Beauty, PersonalLOC classification: BF575.I5 Y68 1997
Contents:
1. Doing what's natural. 2. Seeing the stranger in yourself. 3. The relational self of women and men. 4. Fighting--to stay together. 5. Sex as desire. 6. Partners in money and parenting. 7. TV or Not TV? that is the leisure question. 8. Healing the gender split. Appendix: Leisure Questionnaire
Abstract: From her extensive experience as a Jungian analyst and couples therapist, Young-Eisendrath undertakes the exploration of some of the most complex and mystifying aspects of female-male relationships." --June Singer
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Anger : see index.. Anxiety : see index.. Child Study : see index under children.. Envy : see index.. Fear : see index.. Gender Identity : see index.. Jealousy : see index.. Rape : see index.. Sexuality : see index.. Women : see index.. Beauty, Personal : see index under beauty, female.

1. Doing what's natural. 2. Seeing the stranger in yourself. 3. The relational self of women and men. 4. Fighting--to stay together. 5. Sex as desire. 6. Partners in money and parenting. 7. TV or Not TV? that is the leisure question. 8. Healing the gender split. Appendix: Leisure Questionnaire

From her extensive experience as a Jungian analyst and couples therapist, Young-Eisendrath undertakes the exploration of some of the most complex and mystifying aspects of female-male relationships." --June Singer

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