Boundaries in Marriage

Boundaries in Marriage Author Henry Cloud
ISBN-10 9780310319245
Release 2009-05-18
Pages 208
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Only when you and your mate know and respect each other's needs, choices, and freedom can you give yourselves freely and lovingly to one another. Boundaries in Marriage gives you the tools you need. Drs. Henry Cloud and John Townsend, counselors and authors of the award-winning bestseller Boundaries, show you how to apply the principles of boundaries to your marriage. This book helps you understand the friction points or serious hurts and betrayals in your marriage -- and move beyond them to the mutual care, respect, affirmation, and intimacy you both long for.



Boundaries in Marriage Workbook

Boundaries in Marriage Workbook Author Henry Cloud
ISBN-10 0310228751
Release 2000
Pages 208
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This is a companion workbook to Boundaries in Marriage that is filled with self-tests, questions, and applications.



Boundaries in Marriage Participant s Guide

Boundaries in Marriage Participant s Guide Author Henry Cloud
ISBN-10 9780310246152
Release 2002-08-01
Pages 144
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Improve your relationship with your spouse and gain life-changing insights.



Adult Friendship and the Boundaries of Marriage

Adult Friendship and the Boundaries of Marriage Author Lynn Valerie Dunstan
ISBN-10 OCLC:122300953
Release 1996
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Adult Friendship and the Boundaries of Marriage has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Adult Friendship and the Boundaries of Marriage also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Adult Friendship and the Boundaries of Marriage book for free.



The Quick Reference Guide to Marriage Family Counseling

The Quick Reference Guide to Marriage   Family Counseling Author Dr. Tim Clinton
ISBN-10 1441210946
Release 2009-09-01
Pages 304
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We all know of families or marriages in crisis. When those suffering in such situations turn to us for help, where do we turn? The Quick-Reference Guide to Marriage and Family Counseling provides the answers. It is an A-Z guide for assisting people-helpers--pastors, professional counselors, youth workers, and everyday believers--to easily access a full array of information to aid them in (formal and informal) counseling situations. Issues addressed by Clinton and Trent include affairs and adultery, communication in marriage, parenting, sibling rivalry, and many more. Each of the forty topics covered follows a helpful eight-part outline and identifies: 1) typical symptoms and patterns, 2) definitions and key thoughts, 3) questions to ask, 4) directions for the conversation, 5) action steps, 6) biblical insights, 7) prayer starters, and 8) recommended resources. About the series The Quick-Reference Guides are A-Z guides that assist people-helpers--pastors, professional counselors, youth workers, and everyday believers--to easily access a full array of information to aid them in (formal and informal) counseling situations. Each of the forty topics covered follows a helpful eight-part outline and identifies: 1) typical symptoms and patterns, 2) definitions and key thoughts, 3) questions to ask, 4) directions for the conversation, 5) action steps, 6) biblical insights, 7) prayer starters, and 8) recommended resources.



Migration and Marriage

Migration and Marriage Author Barbara Waldis
ISBN-10 3825898733
Release 2006
Pages 212
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In a world in which migration and the mixing of peoples are increasing while at the same time multicultural ideology has given rise to the reassertion of putative primordial differences between peoples, interesting questions are raised about the relationships between political rhetoric and social action, groupness and individuality, and the public and the private. The rate of intermarriage is considered by sociologists the most important statistical test of the strength or weakness of structural divisions within societies. What do social anthropologists have to say about heterogamy and homogamy in situations of movement and flux, and what does this tell us about processes of boundary-definition? Barbara Waldis is assistant professor at the Institut d'ethnologie at the University of Neuchtel (Switzerland). Reginald Byron is professor of sociology and anthropology at the University of Wales, Swansea (UK).



Grow Your Marriage By Leaps and Boundaries

Grow Your Marriage By Leaps and Boundaries Author Jerry L. Cook, PhD., CFLE
ISBN-10 9781462103188
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Grow Your Marriage By Leaps and Boundaries has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Grow Your Marriage By Leaps and Boundaries also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Grow Your Marriage By Leaps and Boundaries book for free.



Narrating Marriage in Eighteenth Century England and France

Narrating Marriage in Eighteenth Century England and France Author Dr Chris Roulston
ISBN-10 9781409476009
Release 2013-04-28
Pages 252
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In the eighteenth century, when the definition of marriage was shifting from one based on an hierarchical model to one based on notions of love and mutuality, marital life came under a more intense cultural scrutiny. This led to paradoxical forms of representation of marriage as simultaneously ideal and unlivable. Chris Roulston analyzes how, as representations of married life increased, they challenged the traditional courtship model, offering narratives based on repetition rather than progression. Beginning with English and French marital advice literature, which appropriated novelistic conventions at the same time that it cautioned readers about the dangers of novel reading, she looks at representations of ideal marriages in Pamela II and The New Heloise. Moving on from these ideal domestic spaces, bourgeois marriage is then problematized by the discourse of empire in Sir George Ellison and Letters of Mistress Henley, by troublesome wives in works by Richardson and Samuel de Constant, and by abusive husbands in works by Haywood, Edgeworth, Genlis and Restif de la Bretonne. Finally, the alternative marriage narrative, in which the adultery motif is incorporated into the marriage itself, redefines the function of heteronormativity. In exploring the theoretical issues that arise during this transitional period for married life and the marriage plot, Roulston expands the debates around the evolution of the modern couple.



Marriage Choices and Class Boundaries

Marriage Choices and Class Boundaries Author Marco H. D. van Leeuwen
ISBN-10 052168546X
Release 2005
Pages 295
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Marriage choice plays a crucial role in the formation and decay of social classes. Endogamy, the custom forbidding marriage outside one's social class, is thus central to social history. The study considers the factors determining who married whom, whether partner selection has changed over time and regional differences between Europe and South America. The volume also questions to what extent these factors have changed over the past three hundred years. The case studies presented are preceded by a state-of-the-art theoretical introduction on the determinants influencing trends in social endogamy. Each contributor has employed the same social-class scheme and thus the volume is the first comparative study of social endogamy in an historical context.



Gay Marriage

Gay Marriage Author Jonathan Rauch
ISBN-10 1429936746
Release 2005-02-01
Pages 224
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A leading Washington journalist argues that gay marriage is the best way to preserve and protect society's most essential institution Two people meet and fall in love. They get married, they become upstanding members of their community, they care for each other when one falls ill, they grow old together. What's wrong with this picture? Nothing, says Jonathan Rauch, and that's the point. If the two people are of the same sex, why should this chain of events be any less desirable? Marriage is more than a bond between individuals; it also links them to the community at large. Excluding some people from the prospect of marriage not only is harmful to them, but is also corrosive of the institution itself. The controversy over gay marriage has reached a critical point in American political life as liberals and conservatives have begun to mobilize around this issue, pro and con. But no one has come forward with a compelling, comprehensive, and readable case for gay marriage-until now. Jonathan Rauch, one of our most original and incisive social commentators, has written a clear and honest manifesto explaining why gay marriage is important-even crucial-to the health of marriage in America today. Rauch grounds his argument in commonsense, mainstream values and confronting the social conservatives on their own turf. Gay marriage, he shows, is a "win-win-win" for strengthening the bonds that tie us together and for remaining true to our national heritage of fairness and humaneness toward all.



Marriage in Men s Lives

Marriage in Men s Lives Author Steven L. Nock
ISBN-10 0195353048
Release 1998-09-03
Pages 176
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There are two marriages in every marital union, his and hers. Men and women live in worlds that are organized around gender, and their marriages reflect differing realities. As life companions, they respond to each other; but they also respond to the cultural definitions of what it means to be a husband and a wife. What has fascinated social and behavioral scientists for several years, however, is not only that husbands' and wives' experiences are different, but also that 'his' marriage is better than 'hers'. Numerous findings have reported that married men are better off than married women on measures of both physical and mental health, but the reasons are not yet fully understood. In Marriage in Men's Lives Dr. Nock proposes an explanation to this issue. He focuses on marriage as a system of rules, customs, and expectations. The book shows that marriage changes men on basic dimensions of achievement, participation in public social life, and philanthropy because marriage reinforces such behaviors as part of adult masculinity. Men in modern society crave well-being, comfort, luxury, and prestige, and marriage affords a means of achieving these things within circumscribed legitimate boundaries. Using a huge data base of over 6,000 interviews with men the author has studied since 1979, Nock draws some interesting and far-reaching conclusions about the nature of marriage, and predicts that marriage is definitely here to stay.



Queer People

Queer People Author Chris Mounsey
ISBN-10 0838756670
Release 2007
Pages 305
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Exploring canonical and non-canonical literature, scurrilous pamphlets and court cases, music, religion and politics, consumer culture and sexual subcultures, these essays concern the lives and representations of homosexuals in the long eighteenth century



Culture Creation and Procreation

Culture  Creation  and Procreation Author Monika Böck
ISBN-10 1571819118
Release 2000
Pages 382
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As reproduction is seen as central to kinship and the biological link as the primary bond between parents and their offspring, Western perceptions of kin relations are primarily determined by ideas about "consanguinity," "genealogical relations," and "genetic connections." Advocates of cultural constructivism have taken issue with a concept that puts so much stress on heredity as being severely biased by western ideas of kinship. Ethnosociologists in particular developed alternative systems using indigenous categories. This symbolic approach has, however, been rejected by some scholars as plagued by the problems of the analytical separation of ideology from practice, of largely overlooking relations of domination, and of ignoring the questions of shared knowledge and choice. This volume offers a corrective by discussing the constitution of kinship among different communities in South Asia and addressing the relationship between ideology and practice, cultural models, and individiual strategies.



Teaching Hot Topics

Teaching Hot Topics Author Susan Freeman
ISBN-10 0867050837
Release 2003
Pages 338
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Provides teachers with resources for bringing controversial contemporary issues to students, such as abortion, euthanasia, death penalty, and birth control, using background materials, scenarios, textual study and suggestions for activities.



Debating Same Sex Marriage

Debating Same Sex Marriage Author John Corvino
ISBN-10 9780199942688
Release 2012-06-01
Pages 294
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Polls and election results show Americans sharply divided on same-sex marriage, and the controversy is unlikely to subside anytime soon. Debating Same-Sex Marriage provides an indispensable roadmap to the ongoing debate. Taking a "point/counterpoint" approach, John Corvino (a philosopher and prominent gay advocate) and Maggie Gallagher (a nationally syndicated columnist and co-founder of the National Organization for Marriage) explore fundamental questions: What is marriage for? Is sexual difference essential to it? Why does the government sanction it? What are the implications of same-sex marriage for children's welfare, for religious freedom, and for our understanding of marriage itself? While the authors disagree on many points, they share the following conviction: Because marriage is a vital public institution, this issue deserves a comprehensive, rigorous, thoughtful debate.



Making Marriage Modern

Making Marriage Modern Author Christina Simmons
ISBN-10 9780195064117
Release 2009-04-10
Pages 306
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Making Marriage Modern explains the fierce debates among whites and African Americans about American women's sexuality in the early twentieth century that set an older motherhood-centered ideal against a modern female style and produced a new conception of marriage that prevailed until the challenges of the Women's Liberation Movement. This contentious public conversation included social hygiene reformers in the 1910s anxious about venereal disease who called for scientific sex education but still hoped to prop up the motherhood ideal. At the same time birth control activists and sex radicals demanded women's right of choice over childbearing, rejected marriage, or asserted the right to interracial relationships or homosexuality. The book emphasizes the subsequent program of more conventional reformers, who by the 1920s hoped to contain the potential for women's independence from men and marriage portended by conditions of modern life. Their new vision, companionate marriage," incorporated birth control, easier divorce, greater respect for wives, and an intensified sexual intimacy requiring women's active participation and pleasure. In its most popular version companionate marriage involved free-spirited flappers who did not seriously challenge male authority or women's ultimate focus on children and domesticity. The book also treats other more equitable versions. Feminists (white and black) proposed a more thoroughgoing equality of work and sex, and some African Americans promoted a "partnership marriage" that often included wives' employment. Feminist and more traditional perspectives also competed within the sexual advice literature that flooded onto the market in the 1930s. Making Marriage Modern argues that, despite the unsettling of an older femininity, deep and persistent structural inequalities between men and women limited efforts to create gender parity in sex and marriage. Yet these cultural battles also subverted patriarchal culture and raised women's expectations of marriage in ways that grounded second-wave feminist claims."



Pungent Boundaries

Pungent Boundaries Author Nancy Landrum, M.A.
ISBN-10 9781496944344
Release 2014-11-07
Pages 144
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In Pungent Boundaries, the fourth volume of her Love Potions for Healthy Relationships series, Nancy Landrum uses many descriptions and examples to clarify the sometimes confusing topic of codependency and boundary setting. Nancy’s life experience uniquely qualifies her to educate others about the concepts and pitfalls of setting healthy boundaries. If you’re tired of feeling resentful, exhausted from trying to figure out what is wrong, struggling to understand the difference between loving support and unhealthy codependency, this simply written handbook is for you. By learning to establish, and maintain, healthy boundaries, your life will be liberated from resentment that poisons your relationships and prevents you from taking good care of yourself.