By John H. Harvey, Amy Wenzel
Some time past 10 years, there was a considerable raise within the variety of theoretical and empirical investigations into the upkeep and enhancement of shut, romantic relationships. This literature pursuits the standard behaviors, expressions of affection, and cognitive kinds that signify such relationships. Chapters offer a sampling of the expanse of issues within the area of ways scientific students and practitioners tackle the well timed subject of conserving and embellishing shut romantic relationships, together with marriage. A distinct staff of students and therapists speak about particular difficulties, comparable to alcoholism and healing interventions, equivalent to perception remedy. themes contain upkeep concerns proper to: melancholy, anxiousness problems, the position of kids in affecting shut relationships, how premarital remedy could function an antidote to early dating difficulties, forgiveness, remarriage matters, and peer marriage. This quantity is meant for practitioners within the box of shut romantic relationships, reminiscent of marriage, kinfolk and dating therapists, and clinicians.
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As we note in this chapter,communication based on partners'individual unshared goals tends to hinder the partners' relationship maintenance; when they keep talking, they akeep relationship growing. As we have indicated, communication skillsin dissolution processes are as important as those in other relational processesin helping both partners reach a sense of understanding oftheir relational worlds. Relationshipsare not established and maintained only because of specific social constraints or particular purposes; relationships are important in themselves.
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Waiting in the drizzle represents her good intentions and positive feelings. A piece of leftover birthday cakemight have been intendedas a very personal andunique present. Her wish to shareit meant that the recipient was specially chosen. Also, a paper bag might have signified that she was free from vanity. If her behavior is understood in this way, then in terms of its personalcontext it Is very meaningful. Whatis lacking is the full personal understanding thatmakes the interpretation sustainable, andthe donor omitted the stepsnecessary to maintain the possibility of this interpretation.
A clinician's guide to maintaining and enhancing close relationships by John H. Harvey, Amy Wenzel