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“Paleg and McKay show us that anger and conflict are inevitable in interpersonal relationships and yet when they arise, we have the opportunity to grow as individuals and as couples—deepening the bond of love with our partners. This is a must-read for all couples who want to learn how to use conflict to create intimacy.”
—Daniel Sonkin, Ph.D., Coauthor, Learning to Live Without Violence: A Handbook for Men
“When Anger Hurts Your Relationship is useful, practical, exceptionally well organized, and insightful. I will certainly recommend this book to my angry couples.”
—Ron Potter-Efron, Ph.D., Author, Letting Go of Anger and Stop the Anger Now
Its a good book when u actually have time to sit and read through it.
Recommended to others as well. Yep.
This book is not what I expected, it has a lot of homework to do, needless to say I haven't finished reading it.Published 8 months ago by Ann
There is nothing new in this book. All 80’s material just rehashed and it is not even done well. The author puts the entire responsibility for a relationship on the reader’s... Read morePublished 11 months ago by abbeystreasures
My husband said it had interesting points yet he apparently didn't exercise any of them because we are in the middle of a divorce. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Les
This is a great book. Both my hubby and myself read this and we really did learn a lot about our relationship and my severe depression. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Sher