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The single woman-married man syndrome

Author: Richard Tuch
Publisher: Northvale, NJ : Jason Aronson, 2000.
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"Many single woman-married man relationships are characterized by such recognizable, even stereotypic interactions and run such a predictable course as to constitute a genuine syndrome. Based on an unconscious agreement to gratify each other's internal longings, the complementary dynamics in these relationships result in regression, feelings of powerlessness, and loss of the autonomous self, making it exceedingly
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Tuch, Richard.
Single woman-married man syndrome.
Northvale, NJ : Jason Aronson, 2000
(OCoLC)651778064
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Richard Tuch
ISBN: 0765702444 9780765702449
OCLC Number: 42072242
Awards: Winner of 11.
Description: xxiii, 310 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: 1. Introducing an Identifiable Syndrome --
I. Tales of Infidelity: The Data Documenting the Phenomenon. 2. From the Single Woman's Perspective: Looking for Love in All the Wrong Places. 3. From the Married Man's Perspective: Getting More Than He Bargained For. 4. From the Wife's Perspective: Who It to Blame? --
II. Marital Dynamics and Extramarital Affairs. 5. Marital Discord: The Seeds of Discontent. 6. Extramarital Affairs: Recreation, Rejuvenation, Triumph --
III. Perspectives on Gender, Treatment, and Love. 7. The Emerging Man as Manifested in Heterosexual Relationships. 8. The Other Woman: The Masochistic "Solution" 9. Treatment Implications. 10. On the Nature of Love.
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