THE PSYCHOLOGIST LOOKS AT SEX AND MARRIAGE by Allan Fromme

THE PSYCHOLOGIST LOOKS AT SEX AND MARRIAGE

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KIRKUS REVIEW

A cut in calibre above the more usual type of domestic diagnoses, this is information and interpretation at an intelligent level, uncomplicated by professional patter and varying its viewpoint for the individual situation. In broader terms, Fromme discusses why we marry- the social and emotional pressures; romantic love; the psychology of sexual behavior before and after marriage; the maintenance of love in marriage; the factors of money, children, in-laws, extramarital relations, divorce... Some common points of agreement and disagreement, for whatever audience absorbs this kind of book.

Pub Date: Feb. 19th, 1950
Publisher: Prentice-Hall