Roles In Relationships, And Why They Matter

Roles In Relationships, And Why They Matter

by Magnus Vågen

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In this book we'll take a look at behavioral patters and see how they affect the roles and dynamics of relationships. It will have a focus on romantic relationships specifically, but the lessons derived from this book can be applied anywhere. On a more basic level we'll be having a look at roles themselves, and how they interact to from the very foundation of relationships. The goal of this book is to have the reader take a second look at their own roles, satisfaction and social life.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940154501733
Publisher: Magnus Vågen
Publication date: 08/09/2017
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 96 KB
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

Young man, born in 1995 in Norway. Imagine a 40-year old man trapped in a 21 year old body, that's me. I've been writing for some time, and I enjoy it enough to publish some of it. I hope you like my work, and I'm very open for suggestions (PM me on my facebook account, or write a review).

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Roles in relationships and why they matter is a book that I believe can help a lot of poeple better understand eachother, or at least understand the actions of their significant other. It explain why your ex might treat you in a completely different manner that she does her new boyfriend, and how you can achieve what you want from a relationship. The logic is solid(though hypothetical) and makes sense. As the author says, to use these techniques in a relationship might take a lot of practive, say four years. But that time in 4 years is going to arrive anyway, so you might just spend it learning how to behave and act with your spouse/girlfriend/boyfriend