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After the Honeymoon: How Conflict Can Improve Your Relationship. Revised Edition.

After the Honeymoon: How Conflict Can Improve Your Relationship. Revised Edition.     

by Daniel B. Wile
Price: $15.00

312 Pages, Paperback, 6 x 9

ISBN-10: 0-9795639-0-9
ISBN-13: 978-0-9795639-0-4

After the honeymoon. The very words carry a burden of sadness, as if for a short while we lived in a golden trance of love, and now we've been jolted awake. Immediately comes the thought, "Oh no! Is this the person I'm supposed to spend the rest of my life with?" When choosing a partner, we are choosing, along with that person, a particular set of problems that we will be grappling with for the next ten, twenty, or even fifty years. Dan Wile shows how to take advantage of the inevitable problems that occur in a relationship to deepen the sense of connection. Most of these problems result from feelings we are unable to express and conversations we are unable to have. We become angry because we are unable to confide feeling hurt. We become defensive because we are unable to confide feeling threatened. We become uncompromising because of the hidden compromises we are already making. Exposing these undercurrents can turn fights into intimate conversations.


About The Author

Daniel B Wile is a clinical psychologist in private practice in Oakland, California. He has taught at several graduate schools in the San Francisco Bay Area and gives professional workshops on couples therapy throughout the United States. His other books are Couples Therapy: A Nontraditional Approach and After the Fight: Using Your Disagreements to Build a Stronger Relationship.



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