The Evaluation and Treatment of Marital Conflict: A Four-Stage Approach

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INDEX
Abuse, see Physical violence
Ackerman, Nathan, 13
ACOA (Adult Children of Alcoholics), 208-9
Acting-out behavior, 62, 228, 254
Activity-centered time, see Relationship time and activity together
Adaptive level of functioning, 122-26; and stages of marital conflict, 147-51
Adaptive position, 131-32
Addictions, 137; see also Alcohol abuse
Adolescents: and family as developmental system, 170; parenting triangles with, 175-76; transition time experienced by, 28, 144
Affairs, see Extramarital affairs
Affect, expression of, 127
Al-Anon, 114, 182, 220
Alcohol abuse, 24, 87, 114, 118, 175; emotional disconnection and, 129; extended family work and, 206, 208-9; primary parent triangle and, 93; reciprocal functioning and, 49-50; stage III conflict and, 211, 227; stage IV conflict and, 272; as subject in Family Systems Training, 172, 179- 82
Alcoholics Anonymous, 87
Alienation, see Expectation-to-alienation progression
Alimony, 252
Anderson, Robert, 170-71
Anxiety, 251; stress and, 31; therapist's, 212, 215, 272; see also Emotional arousal
Anxiety disorders, 137
Attorneys, see Lawyers
Automatic behavior, 31, 93; see also Reactivity
Barbach, Lonnie, 55
Battered wives, 20
Bauman, Martin, 67
Behavioral operating styles: concept of, 126; kinds of, 126-28; reactive behavior linked to, 130; spouse expectations linked to, 134; see also Emotional pursuers and emotional distancers
Biases, therapist's, 21, 268-69
Birth of a child, 216; battle of the grandmothers and, 85; as transition time, 28, 114
"Bitter bank" concept, 236-38
Bitterness, 174, 236-38; decreasing, 135-36, 234-47; emptiness after relinquishment of, 245; expectation-to- alienation progression and, 134-36; extended family triangles and, 98-99, 101-4, 107-8; fantasy solution to, 235-36; as generational pattern, 242; other spouse and, 247; and perception of enemies and victims, 243-45; and prognosis in therapy, 6; in stage III conflict, 211, 229, 234-47; in stage IV conflict, 249, 256; stepparent triangles and, 113; tracking course of, 238-42
Bizarre behavior, 250, 272

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