Private Lies: Infidelity And Betrayal Of Intimacy by Frank PittmanPrivate Lies: Infidelity And Betrayal Of Intimacy by Frank Pittman

Private Lies: Infidelity And Betrayal Of Intimacy

byFrank Pittman

Paperback | November 6, 1990

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Using actual case studies, as well as examples from music, literature, and film, Dr. Pittman identifies four basic patterns of infidelity—the accidental encounter, habitual philandering, marital arrangements, and romance—discussed how to limit the damage that affairs do, and offers practical suggestions on how to make a marriage work.
Frank Pittman, M.D., was a psychiatrist and family therapist in Atlanta, Georgia. A renowned author of many books, he also wrote a regular column, "Ask Dr. Frank", which appeared in Psychology Today, and was a regular contributor to Psychotherapy Networker. He died in 2012.
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Title:Private Lies: Infidelity And Betrayal Of IntimacyFormat:PaperbackPublished:November 6, 1990Publisher:WW Norton

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ISBN - 10:0393307077

ISBN - 13:9780393307078

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Infidelity is the most common major crisis of marriage. In this wise book, a psychiatrist and family therapist discusses four kinds of infidelity, why they happen, and what they mean

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Dr. Pittman takes us on a remarkably informative foray into the unknown territory of marital infidelity. Private Lies manages to be delightfully readable, compassionate and awfully funny at the same time. — Maggie Scarf