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For better : the science of a good marriage

Author: Tara Parker-Pope
Publisher: New York : Dutton, ©2010.
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One of the "New York Times'" most popular investigative journalists presents the science behind why some marriages work and others don't, and translates that science into advice that can be used every day.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Tara Parker-Pope
ISBN: 9780525951384 0525951385
OCLC Number: 456171718
Description: viii, 356 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Introduction : the scientific study of marriage --
For better or for worse : sizing up modern marriage --
Forsaking all others : the science of commitment --
To love and to cherish : chemical passion, flirting, and attraction --
The science of sex : what really happens in the marriage bed --
In sickness and in health : how does marriage impact your health? --
The science of your marriage : diagnosing the health of a relationship --
The science of conflict : marital spats and the rules of engagement --
The science of parenting : how to care for your marriage and your kids --
The chore wars : the science of housework --
For richer or for poorer : when money problems become marriage problems --
Your better half : overcoming gender roles and power struggles --
To have and to hold : assessing your risk for divorce --
The science of a good marriage : a prescription for marital health.
Responsibility: Tara Parker-Pope.

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One of the "New York Times'" most popular investigative journalists presents the science behind why some marriages work and others don't, and translates that science into advice that can be used every day.

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