Rewedded Bliss: Love, Alimony, Incest, Ex-Spouses, and Other Domestic Blessings

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DISCLAIMER (An advertising term describing what the product will not do.)The section that follows is not concerned with your synergistic family in the following ways:
How much, how little, or how to discipline your offspring.
What are your rights versus their rights.
Adroit ways of communicating that it drives you crazy when they don't make their beds, do overeat, refuse to study, and so on.
A new view of Parent Effectiveness Training.
Evaluation of penis envy or sexual role models.
Et cetera.

There are many good and valuable books on these topics, and they can be found in bookstores or libraries.

What this section is concerned with is the nature of the basic, primary emotional interaction between parents and children in the synergistic family. In other words, it is concerned with first causes; in a sense, with the fundamentals of sex education. Yours, not theirs. It is about incest.

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