By Alan S. Gurman PhD
See additionally Clinical guide of Couple treatment, Fourth Edition, additionally edited through Alan S. Gurman, which supplies an authoritative evaluate of thought and practice.
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Steve took responsibility for his angry behavior. Steve didn’t want to scare Lisa; he wanted to comfort and protect her when she was distressed. Lisa didn’t want Steve to feel alone and bereft; she wanted to both be able to have herself and to be in touch with him. I supported each, at the moment-to-Â�moment opportunities as they arose, to speak up with clarity and assertiveness, with vulnerability and openness, instead of allowing fear and shame to back them into their protective stances in the cycle of disconnection.
Clinical Casebook of Couple Therapy by Alan S. Gurman PhD