Family Therapy Review: Preparing for Comprehensive and Licensing Examinations

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Schnarch, D. (1998). Passionate marriage: Love, sex and intimacy in emotionally committed relationships. New %rk: Henry Holt & Company.

Based on conversations taken directly from Schnarch's (a sex therapist) couples he sees in practice; he believes that the longer a couple has been together, the higher the passion.


Web sites:

General Information on Sexual Dysfunctions http://www.umsl.edu/˜slO15655/sexdys.html Treating Female Dysfunction http://www.aafp.org/afp/20000701/127.html General Information on Sexuality http://www.annarborcenter.com/sexuality.html


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