No one expects his/her marriage to be like this. And, in fact, the problems of a two-career marriage without children would be quite different. But, even though financially better off, the dual-career family has its own unique problems. Like scapegoating, many marital or lovers' quarrels serve the purpose of concealing the real conflict. Arguments over money may really be about who has the most power or about not getting enough attention or recognition. In the last section of this chapter we will learn about the possibility of honest, open "fair fighting" with The Intimate Enemy (your spouse), according to Bach and Wyden (1968). This kind of "fighting" can confront us with the truth, stripping away phoniness and deception, and giving us a chance to deal with the real problems realistically. (It may also encourage criticism and the expression of raw emotions that damage the relationship, depending on the personalities involved. The pros and cons of "fair fighting" are considered in method #5 of chapter 13....
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Description du livre William Morrow, 1969. Hardcover. État : New. N° de réf. du libraire P11068801884X
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