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Desire & Desirability: Transform the Pursuer/Distancer Dynamic into a Mutual Loving Relationship Paperback – February 25, 2017
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About the Author
Alison Poulsen received a BA in philosophy at UC Berkeley, an MA and JD at UC Davis, and a PhD in psychology at Pacifica Graduate Institute. "How to sustain a fulfilling, long-term relationship" has been the focus of her thesis and practice. Her first book, "So what I REALLY Meant: Better Communication, Better Relationships," is based on her long-running blog by the same name. Many readers have sent in comments expressing great value and benefit from understanding the Pursuer/Distancer dynamic. Therefore, "Desire & Desirability" is in large part inspired by her readers. Alison and her husband are the parents of two children and live in Ketchum, Idaho. She is an avid waterskier and a three-time US champion.
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It would have saved me so much heartache and made life so much easier.
Just about every story reminds me of a certain person or a certain event in my life.
It is amazing how knowledge of human nature—of others as well as of ourselves—can avert or minimize the pain that others can inflict. Our relationships with others are truly at the heart of our well-being and happiness. Thank you for writing this book.