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by Jeanette Lauer,Robert Lauer

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ISBN:
068701770X
Author:
Jeanette Lauer,Robert Lauer
Category:
Relationships
Language:
English
Publisher:
Abingdon Press (August 1, 1996)
Pages:
160 pages
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1245 kb
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1303 kb
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1659 kb
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Lauer, Jeanette C; Lauer, Robert H. Publication date.

Intimacy on the Run. by Robert H. Lauer and Jeanette C. Lauer. Jeanette and Robert Lauer address the basic challenge facing couples today-the challenge of successfully managing the competing demands of work and home.

Intimacy on the Run book. Intimacy on the Run: Staying Close When So Much Keeps You Apart. Simple ways busy couples can improve intimacy. 068701770X (ISBN13: 9780687017706). staying close when so much keeps you apart. by Jeanette C. There's no description for this book yet. Published 1996 by Dimensions for Living in Nashville.

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Jeanette and Robert Lauer address the basic challenge facing couples today-the challenge of successfully managing the . 2001 JEANETTE C. LAUER, P.

Jeanette and Robert Lauer address the basic challenge facing couples today-the challenge of successfully managing the competing demands of work and home. About the Author: 2001 JEANETTE C. has co-authored with her husband over sixteen books, many focusing on family and intimacy. She has also served as a professor and dean at . International University.

Most recently she co-authored Becoming Family: Building a Stepfamily that Really Works

She received her P. in Social History from Washington University, St. Louis. She has published numerous journal articles and co-authored fifteen books. Most recently she co-authored Becoming Family: Building a Stepfamily that Really Works. She is a member of the National Council on Family Relations, and the Stepfamily Association of America.

Jeanette C. Lauer's scientific contributions. Differences were found in the reported reasons for staying together between happy, unhappy, and mixed (one partner happy and one unhappy) marriages. For happy couples, the most frequently mentioned reasons for staying together was the perceived nature of the relationship, then the belief in marriage as a long-term commitment.

Jeanette and Robert Lauer address the basic challenge facing couples today-the challenge of successfully managing the competing demands of work and home.