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Coupling... What Makes Permanence? (Psychology Revivals).

By: Brothers, Barbara Jo.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Psychology Revivals: Publisher: Florence : Taylor and Francis, 2014Copyright date: ©1991Description: 1 online resource (119 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781317600183.Subject(s): Interpersonal relations | MarriageGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Coupling... What Makes Permanence? (Psychology Revivals)DDC classification: 306.81 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover -- Half Title -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Original Title Page -- Original Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- Introduction -- An Interview with Virginia Satir -- Ask Not for Whom the Siren Wails -- Feeling in Love Is Not Enough -- Comment - Response to Howard Halpern's Article: "Feeling in Love Is Not Enough" -- Comment - Response to Howard Halpern's Article: "Feeling in Love Is Not Enough" -- Comment - Response to Howard Halpern's Article: "Feeling in Love Is Not Enough" -- A Grammar of Love -- The Dual Paths of Healthy Relationships -- Perspectives on Long-Term Relationships -- A Woven Trust: A Commentary on "Perspectives on Long-Term Relationships" by Roslyn Schwartz, PhD and Leonard J. Schwartz, PhD -- And Then There Were Two -- ...Ever Ever After: A Non Scientific Look at Longterm Relationships -- Coupling: Contracts, Attachment and Love -- Contract Marriage -- Attachment -- Unhealthy Attachment -- Love -- What Makes Permanence -- Facets of the Dance -- Love and Marriage and Other Silly Delusions -- How to Assure a Divorce -- Romance: The Urge to Merge -- The Trickster Made Me Do It -- The Role of the Imago -- All Relationships Are Transferential -- The Key to Happiness: Aim Low -- Getting Unstuck -- DIVORCE and divorce -- Loneliness -- And Now a Word About Sex -- Why Get Married? -- Love and Marriage: An Inquiry into the Longevity of a Relationship -- Realism Not Sentimentality -- Appreciating, Valuing and Respecting the Spouse's Freedom -- Acceptance of Emotionally Intimate Extramarital Relationships -- Moving Far Away from Parents -- Viewing Divorce as Unacceptable -- Appreciation for Shared History -- Lack of Responsibility for Spouse's Behavior -- Good Role Models and Good Friends -- Personal Qualities That Aid in Maintaining a Marriage -- Children -- Conclusions -- Realism Not Sentimentality.
Summary: Originally published in 1991, the theme for this title is the exploration of the components of lasting, long-term relationships. It begins with the first part of an interview between Sheldon Starr and Virginia Satir, made in 1985 and is followed by a comment on that interview by the Editor. Other chapters discuss the subject of falling in love and the notion of 'being in love' as distinguished from 'a love relationship'. The authors, including some who have been married for many years themselves, look at the many aspects that make long-term relationships successful. The chapters range in essence from 'What is love?' to 'How is love maintained?'. This title aims to share the information the authors have gained, about what makes coupling work, with society as a whole.
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Cover -- Half Title -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Original Title Page -- Original Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- Introduction -- An Interview with Virginia Satir -- Ask Not for Whom the Siren Wails -- Feeling in Love Is Not Enough -- Comment - Response to Howard Halpern's Article: "Feeling in Love Is Not Enough" -- Comment - Response to Howard Halpern's Article: "Feeling in Love Is Not Enough" -- Comment - Response to Howard Halpern's Article: "Feeling in Love Is Not Enough" -- A Grammar of Love -- The Dual Paths of Healthy Relationships -- Perspectives on Long-Term Relationships -- A Woven Trust: A Commentary on "Perspectives on Long-Term Relationships" by Roslyn Schwartz, PhD and Leonard J. Schwartz, PhD -- And Then There Were Two -- ...Ever Ever After: A Non Scientific Look at Longterm Relationships -- Coupling: Contracts, Attachment and Love -- Contract Marriage -- Attachment -- Unhealthy Attachment -- Love -- What Makes Permanence -- Facets of the Dance -- Love and Marriage and Other Silly Delusions -- How to Assure a Divorce -- Romance: The Urge to Merge -- The Trickster Made Me Do It -- The Role of the Imago -- All Relationships Are Transferential -- The Key to Happiness: Aim Low -- Getting Unstuck -- DIVORCE and divorce -- Loneliness -- And Now a Word About Sex -- Why Get Married? -- Love and Marriage: An Inquiry into the Longevity of a Relationship -- Realism Not Sentimentality -- Appreciating, Valuing and Respecting the Spouse's Freedom -- Acceptance of Emotionally Intimate Extramarital Relationships -- Moving Far Away from Parents -- Viewing Divorce as Unacceptable -- Appreciation for Shared History -- Lack of Responsibility for Spouse's Behavior -- Good Role Models and Good Friends -- Personal Qualities That Aid in Maintaining a Marriage -- Children -- Conclusions -- Realism Not Sentimentality.

Originally published in 1991, the theme for this title is the exploration of the components of lasting, long-term relationships. It begins with the first part of an interview between Sheldon Starr and Virginia Satir, made in 1985 and is followed by a comment on that interview by the Editor. Other chapters discuss the subject of falling in love and the notion of 'being in love' as distinguished from 'a love relationship'. The authors, including some who have been married for many years themselves, look at the many aspects that make long-term relationships successful. The chapters range in essence from 'What is love?' to 'How is love maintained?'. This title aims to share the information the authors have gained, about what makes coupling work, with society as a whole.

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