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The author explores the roots of the frustration and unhappiness that characterize today's relationships, demonstrating how unconscious expectations in the form of gender defenses drive couples into self-destructive behavior
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Even great communication is not enough to make a male/female relationship work, argues Goldberg. People have to recognize and deal with the gender unconscious, that is, with the fact that at the deepest level of self men and women differ greatly in their views of and responses to reality. It is gender unconscious that explains the manipulation that occurs between even seemingly liberated men and women. Along with much concrete advice on how to assess our own relationships, Goldberg offers a view of a world without male/female polarization. Clearly and directly, he says some hard things that not all of us will want to hear but probably should. John Moryl, Yeshiva Univ. Lib., New York
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