Stark raving mad

McBurney, Louis; Mongeau, Marc
December 1993
Marriage Partnership;Winter93, Vol. 10 Issue 1, p36
Discusses ways of handling anger and resolving conflict in marriage. Difficulty in dealing anger; Suggestions in reviewing patterns for processing anger; Non-destructive ways of expressing anger.


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