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Toward a Lasting Romantic Relationship-Part II

Edith Packer

Presented at: TJS 1989

Date: Aug 06, 1989

The major portion of Dr. Packer's lecture will deal with various psychological problems of the partners which can stand in the way of a successful romantic relationship, such as dependence, defense values, and, especially, defense mechanisms––in particular repression. Additional factors that affect the romantic relationship, such as parents and In-laws, former spouses, and step-children, will also be considered. (Enrollees will receive a complimentary written copy of Dr. Packer's previous lecture Toward a Lasting Romantic Relationship-Part I, which was delivered at the TJS seminars In New York and Los Angeles last fall.)


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