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The Monogamy Myth: A New Understanding of Affairs and How to Survive Them (edition 1989)

by Peggy Vaughan (Author)

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Title:The Monogamy Myth: A New Understanding of Affairs and How to Survive Them
Authors:Peggy Vaughan (Author)
Info:Newmarket Pr (1989), Edition: Revised, 224 pages
Collections:Marriage, Relationships, Infidelity, Psychology, Read but unowned
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Drawing on actual case studies--often in the individuals own words--based on ten years of research and interviews, The Monogamy Myth uncovers the complex reasons why people have affairs and challenges the widely accepted view that affairs are a sign of failure.

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