This book, which focuses on the causes and models of offense, offers specific strategies that will enable meaningful and long-term changes in important relationships. Basing his conclusions on ten years of clinical research and the latest findings on psychoanalytic systems and family systems, the author shows why and how anger out by quarreling and resentment or by silence and emotional detachment preserves existing relationship dynamics. It also describes the difficulties women face in using anger to gain a stronger and independent sense of self. Expressing the journeys women make from an offended and accusing position to facing her own complex, the ‘OFKE DANCE’ will guide you to reshape your life by transforming your office into a constructive force.
About the Author
Harriet Lerner, is a clinical psychologist best known for her contributions to psychoanalytic concepts regarding family and feminist theory and therapy, and for her many books on psychology written for the general public.
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