Resolving Marital Conflicts: A Psychodynamic Perspective

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Wiley, 1985 M11 11 - 275 páginas
Presents a psychodynamic view of marital therapy, covering the dynamics of marital conflict, the therapeutic principles applied in treating that conflict, and the various kinds of neurotic adjustments seen in marital relationships, as well as a brief survey of the history of marriage. Based on the premise that marriage doesn't cause conflicts but only reflects the conflicts characteristic of the individual regardless of marital status, it clarifies the neurotic choices made by a partner exposing more basic psychological problems. Also portrays the process of mate selection as a highly subjective, often irrational process that reflects childhood needs and conflicts. Concludes with a chapter describing the mature spouse.

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Introduction
1
On Choosing A Mate
10
Psychosexual Development and Its Relationship
23
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