The Dance of Anger: A Woman's Guide to Changing the Patterns of Intimate Relationships

Author(s) : Harriet G. Lerner

The Dance of Anger: A Woman's Guide to Changing the Patterns of Intimate Relationships

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  • Publisher : Pandora
  • Published : 1995
  • Category :
    Individual Psychotherapy
  • Catalogue No : 3285
  • ISBN 13 : 9780722536230
  • ISBN 10 : 0722536232

Also by Harriet G. Lerner

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A fresh new jacket design brings this classic self-help guide up to date for a contemporary readership. One of the forerunners to today's pop psych market along with Women Who Love Too Much, this multimillion bestseller shows us how anger affects women's relationships and explains how to turn this often destructive force into a constructive one. For many women, anger is a destructive force that perpetuates all the harmful dynamics of their most intimate relationships. This classic, inspirational book from internationally respected feminist psychologist Harriet Lerner explores the ways in which anger can lead into a destructive `dance' within women's relationships- permanent fighting with your nearest and dearest, distancing yourself through silence or blaming others for the failure of your relationships. Practical and accessible, this book also shows women how the destructive `dance of anger' can be turned into a constructive force- women should neither suppress their anger nor vent it through aggression, but learn focussed ways to deal with it to find the best solution for all concerned. Focussing largely on family relationships, the book shows women how to deal with many different relationship issues. The book has meaning for all women, regardless of age, background or experience. Harriet Lerner provides the reader with the insights and practical skills to stop behaving in the old predictable ways and to begin to use anger to establish a more positive approach to significant relationships.

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