Published April 2002
by Haworth Press .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||159|
Couples, Intimacy Issues, and Addiction reveals the secret dynamics of marriages in trouble. It offers models for nontraditional relating, insight for handling such devastating crises as adultery, and a fascinating analysis of the marital crisis in the film Eyes Wide : Barbara Jo Brothers. The physiological and psychodynamic components of love / Timothy M. Tays --Dual dwelling duos: an alternative for long-term relationships / Judye Hess, Padma Catell --Restoration of intimacy and connection in the treatment of couples with substance abuse issues / Wray Pascoe --Intimacy in addicted couples: clinical issues and case studies. This book is a must-read for couples who want deeper connections with their partners and more fulfilling relationships. It probably would have saved me a few years of heartache at the beginning of my marriage. Lack of meaningful communication is at the core of most relationship issues/5(). Intimacy and Couples Issues We understand that sexual addiction is a disorder or problem of intimacy. Many sex addicts report chronic histories of loneliness, difficulty trusting others, and feeling uncomfortable being close with those they love.
This book is intended for stagnant couples looking to intensify intimacy, connection, and communication. Gottman was the first practitioner to conduct scientific research on relationships by observing the behaviors and routines of married couples via clinical study and quantifiable data.. Outcomes of this research are highlighted in the seven principles for healthy marriages, some of which. Intimacy and Addiction. Alcohol and drug abuse is the source of many problems for those who engage in this behavior. One of the earliest casualties from substance abuse will be intimacy. It is just not possible for people to abuse mind altering substances and maintain healthy relationships. As the individual falls deeper into addiction it will completely take over their life, and there will be no room for . 5 Best Couples Therapy Books. Speaking of books, there are many excellent therapy books out there to help you learn about or practice couples therapy. A few of the most popular books on couples therapy are described below. 1. Couples Therapy: A New Hope-Focused Approach – Jennifer S. Ripley and Everett L. Worthington, Jr. Continued Relationship Problem: Sex. Even partners who love each other can be a mismatch, sexually. Mary Jo Fay, author of Please Dear, Not Tonight, says a lack of sexual self-awareness and.
Whether you're struggling with intimacy issues, infidelity, addiction or communication, Allan will help you establish true intimacy and better communication skills. When you make an appointment, you'll receive a couple's satisfaction survey to bring to session where you will discover how to lead a more fulfilling life, with less conflict and. Counseling for relationship problems can also help couples to identify and solve problems related to the addiction itself. Problems arising from the addiction can include legal problems, especially arising from alcohol, drug and sex addictions; financial problems, especially arising from the certain drug, gambling, and shopping addictions; and health problems, especially related to food, alcohol and drug problems, and also sex addiction . If your opposite-gender parent relationship wasn’t good or was unstable it can lead to intimacy anorexia. Sexual Addiction – It seems odd that an intimate moment can lead to intimacy anorexia but it’s precisely because the sexual moment has been made to not be intimate that it’s difficult for other intimate moments to happen. Some couples begin to experience intimacy issues as they mature, which can be due to health problems or emotional and mental issues. Regardless of the severity of the problem, there is help. Sometimes, learning about common intimacy issues can help individuals and couples work through their : Joy Youell.