Fighting for your marriage : positive steps for preventing divorce and preserving a lasting love / Howard J. Markman, Scott M. Stanley, Susan L. Blumberg. [print]

By: Markman, Howard, 1950- [author]Contributor(s): Stanley, Scott, 1955- [aut] | Blumberg, Susan L, 1959- [aut]Material type: TextTextPublisher: San Francisco : Jossey-Bass, [(c)2001Edition: first edition., new and revisedDescription: viii, 374 pages : illustrations ; 23 cmContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 0787957445; 9780787957445Subject(s): Marriage | Interpersonal relations | Interpersonal communicationGenre/Form: Sociology LOC classification: HQ734.M346.F544 2001HQ734.B658.F544 2001Online resources: Table of contents | Contributor biographical information | Publisher description COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission: COPYRIGHT: Permission to copy more than 15% of the entire text of this work is expressly denied by the publisher.
Contents:
Understanding the risks on the road to lasting love Four hallmarks of a great relationship: Puerto RicoEP in a nutshell. Destructive patterns : signs of danger ahead. Changing roles, changing rules : men and women in conflict Teaming up to handle conflict. When what you heard isn't what I said : understanding filters in communication. Talking safely without fighting : the speaker-listener technique. Controlling the home fires : handling issues and events well. New perspectives on problems and problem solving. Keeping conflict under control : ground rules for a great relationship Enjoying each other. Safe harbor : preserving and protecting friendship. Playing together : how to succeed in fun without really trying. Sense and sensuality : enhancing and protecting your sex life. Core beliefs and spiritual intimacy Staying the course. Why you can't always get what you want : unraveling the mysteries of expectations. Forgiveness : restoring hope. Sticking, stuck, or stopped : on the path to commitment. What to do now Some thoughts on domestic violence.
Summary: Explains the Puerto RicoEP (Prevention and Relationship Enhancement Program) approach to improving a marriage.
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Understanding the risks on the road to lasting love Four hallmarks of a great relationship: Puerto RicoEP in a nutshell. Destructive patterns : signs of danger ahead. Changing roles, changing rules : men and women in conflict Teaming up to handle conflict. When what you heard isn't what I said : understanding filters in communication. Talking safely without fighting : the speaker-listener technique. Controlling the home fires : handling issues and events well. New perspectives on problems and problem solving. Keeping conflict under control : ground rules for a great relationship Enjoying each other. Safe harbor : preserving and protecting friendship. Playing together : how to succeed in fun without really trying. Sense and sensuality : enhancing and protecting your sex life. Core beliefs and spiritual intimacy Staying the course. Why you can't always get what you want : unraveling the mysteries of expectations. Forgiveness : restoring hope. Sticking, stuck, or stopped : on the path to commitment. What to do now Some thoughts on domestic violence.

Explains the Puerto RicoEP (Prevention and Relationship Enhancement Program) approach to improving a marriage.

COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission:

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