Crossing the tracks for love : what to do when you and your partner grew up in different worlds (Book, 2005) [WorldCat.org]
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Crossing the tracks for love : what to do when you and your partner grew up in different worlds

Author: Ruby K Payne
Publisher: Highlands, TX : Aha! Process, Inc., ©2005.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
Summary:
Timely guidance for minimizing the impact of economic class differences on intimacy, gender roles, employment, decision-making, raising children, in-law relations, dining, and mobility between classes.--
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Ruby K Payne
ISBN: 192922933X 9781929229338
OCLC Number: 57766537
Description: 186 pages ; 21 cm
Contents: 1. Do you understand the hidden rules of class? --
2. Ten qualities of resilient relationships --
3. Driving forces in your decision making --
4. Your gender identity and role as a life partner --
5. Food as love, food as art --
6. Your appearance tells a tale --
7. Furnishing and decorating your home --
8. Getting along with your in-laws --
9. Hidden rules of raising children --
10. Work and your desire to achieve --
11. Three mindsets about money --
12. Your social activities, friends, and connections --
13. How you approach religion and charity --
14. Tips for making the transition from poverty to middle class --
15. Tips for making the transition from middle class to wealth --
16. Communicating with your partner --
17. Managing and resolving your conflicts.
Responsibility: Ruby K. Payne.
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Timely guidance for minimizing the impact of economic class differences on intimacy, gender roles, employment, decision-making, raising children, in-law relations, dining, and mobility between classes.--

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