John H. Harvey, Amy Wenzel's A clinician's guide to maintaining and enhancing close PDF
By John H. Harvey, Amy Wenzel
Some time past 10 years, there was a considerable bring up within the variety of theoretical and empirical investigations into the upkeep and enhancement of shut, romantic relationships. This literature pursuits the typical behaviors, expressions of affection, and cognitive types that represent such relationships. Chapters offer a sampling of the expanse of subject matters within the area of ways medical students and practitioners deal with the well timed subject of holding and embellishing shut romantic relationships, together with marriage. A extraordinary team of students and therapists speak about particular difficulties, akin to alcoholism and healing interventions, similar to perception treatment. subject matters comprise upkeep matters suitable to: melancholy, anxiousness issues, the function of kids in affecting shut relationships, how premarital treatment may perhaps 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, equivalent to marriage, kin and dating therapists, and clinicians.
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First, dissolutionof romantic relationships is not just a problem for romantic partners themselves but also for their network members; the loss of romantic partners sometimes mean the subsequent lossof friends associated with the former romantic partners (Johnson & Leslie, 1982; Milardo, 1982). Romanticpartners need to minimize their partners' distress if they want tocontinuetheirfriendshipswithmutualfriends whom they share with their partners and also maintain good reputations among these people (Metts, 1992, 1997).
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McCullough et al. (1998) analyzed the process of forgiveness in personal relationships, and they concluded that the more the partners liked their partners, the more likely they wereto ruminate over the problems; however, their data implied that such ruminations would motivate the dissatisfied partners to take revenge on their partners who had hurt them. Cloven and Roloff (1991) presented data that suggest that prolonged thoughts about conflicts increase the perceived severity of the conflicts and the likelihood of blaming the partners, unless the problems are solved by integrative conflict management communication.
A clinician's guide to maintaining and enhancing close relationships by John H. Harvey, Amy Wenzel