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Manipulative or Unaware: Inside the Male Mind

by Dr. Lynn Margolies


Learn how to translate what men might really be saying and not saying. A few practical strategies can help prevent acting out and create a happier climate for both of you.

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Is your relationship at risk?

Risk factors:

• if silent punishment, revenge, rebellion, or withholding is used to deal with hurt and resentment

• if only one person has a voice and the other is marginalized

• if one person is in the role of underdog regardless of whether it is “deserved.”

Prevent negative cycles of disconnection and hidden conflict. Some simple steps can protect your relationship and promote harmony.

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