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Title 57.

Close Relationships: Family, Friendship, Marriage
Eleanor Bertine, M.D. (New York)

ISBN 0-919123-58-9. 160 pp. 1992. OUT OF PRINT

Clear and nontechnical, conveying directly the heart, soul and personal relevance of Jungian psychology in terms of our most important relationships. The theory is interspersed with a wealth of earthy examples drawn from more than 30 years of analytic practice. Originally published in 1958, and still timely. Index. (See also titles 18, 40, 55) "A rare opportunity for contact with a wise and ample personality." - Edward F. Edinger.

See also titles 18, 40, 45. See all books by Eleanor Bertine, M.D..