Marriage, the Family, and Personal Fulfillment

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CONTENTS
PrefaceXV
CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION1
On Loving and Being Loved2
Love Is Intimate Self-Disclosure
Love Nourishes Growth, Growth Nourishes Love
Love Requires Relationship
Marriage as an American Partnership 5
High Expectations Marriage Is Changing A Conflict of Attitudes
How Typical Is Traditional Marriage?
Summary12

PART ONE ON BECOMING PARTNERS
CHAPTER 2 ON PARTNERSHIPS17
Introduction17
Basic Human Needs18
Safety and Security Belonging, Love, and Acceptance
Self-Respect and Self-Esteem Self-Actualization
A Profile of Partnership26
Intimacy Love and Romance Commitment Dependability
Vitality Separateness and Togetherness
Openness and Self-Disclosure
Costs and Benefits32
Summary33

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents ix
  • Preface xv
  • 1 - Introduction 12
  • Part One - On Becoming Partners 15
  • 2 - On Partnerships 16
  • Introduction 17
  • 3 - Confirmation and Communication 35
  • 4 - Conflict in Intimate Partnerships 55
  • Introduction 79
  • 5 - Developing Partnerships 81
  • Part Two - Human Sexuality 111
  • 6 - The Biology of Sex and Reproduction 112
  • Introduction 113
  • 7 - On Birth Control 145
  • Introduction 170
  • 8 - The Art of Lovemaking 173
  • 9 - Sex Roles and Social Interaction 195
  • Part Three - Marriage 213
  • 10 - Marriage in Historical and Cultural Perspective 214
  • Introduction 215
  • 11 - Husbands and Wives 239
  • 12 - Parents and Children 269
  • Introduction 285
  • Summary 304
  • 14 - Disorganization and Divorce 307
  • Introduction 324
  • Part Four - Alternatives 327
  • 15 - Developing Styles for Singles 329
  • 16 - Communes and Multiple Marriages 349
  • Part Five - The Future of Marriage 371
  • 17 - Fantasies, Forecasts, and Trends 372
  • Introduction 373
  • Selected Bibliography 393
  • Index 403
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