Conventional counsel which reviews fairly familiar facts, stressing the importance of a well-adjusted sex life if a marriage...

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SEX PROBLEMS OF THE RETURNED VETERAN

Conventional counsel which reviews fairly familiar facts, stressing the importance of a well-adjusted sex life if a marriage is to survive, the jeopardy to marriage which long separation -- during wartime- brings. He discusses the various anxieties, defenses, and substitutes which occur during a period of separation; the reunion, in prospect and fact; allied aspects, -- children, work, personal problems of marriage, during and after the war...Sound, unsentimentalized, but we feel that the majority of veterans want to consider themselves as having passed beyond the pigeonholing, and that it will be difficult to spot the market for a book with a title indicating an isolated topic. Chief value will be for Public Libraries.

Pub Date: July 17, 1946

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Page Count: -

Publisher: Emerson Books

Review Posted Online: N/A

Kirkus Reviews Issue: July 1, 1946