Mutual Feelings

Author: Billy Taylor (Fiction writer)
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ISBN: 9781541036772
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He wants something more than a physical relationship, but she's been hurt before and doesn't want to open herself up again. Can Will convince her to give him a chance and let their feelings become mutual?

Just Friends

Author: Billy Taylor
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781530511518
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Mutual Discovery At The End Of The Tunnel

Author: Antoine Archange Raphael
Publisher: Lulu.com
ISBN: 1304521494
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“Then, if you still feel the same way about me, from that point on, we will deal like
two people actuated by genuine, strong feelings, mutual discovery and love. “I
don't want to give you my heart and I find out later on that you change your mind,
like Jasmine, once my beautiful Jasmine. That would hurt me so much! “I want to
stay away from unnecessary pains. You know that, Marie, don't you? Try to
understand me. You could really behave like another Jasmine. “In addition, Marie
, as I ...

Mutual Intercultural Relations

Author: John W. Berry
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1107183952
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We separately sought to predict various forms of ethnocentrism (i.e., In-group
feeling; Out-group feeling; In-group bias; Out-group trust), Multicultural ideology
and psychological adaptation (self-esteem and satisfaction with life). As
predictors, we used Ethnic and National identity; Inter-group anxiety and Security,
and we controlled for the demographic factors of age, gender and economic
situation. Because regional area of residence and duration of sojourn in Norway
were unrelated to ...

Self Help And Mutual Aid Groups

Author: Francine Lavoie
Publisher: Psychology Press
ISBN: 9781560247166
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Sharing feelings about problems in face-to-face groups is often considered
meaningless mutual-confort, which is shameful to Japanese ideas. Sharing
through writings. Talking is not the only way of sharing; sharing through writing is
another way. As writing-daily-life movements prove, writing and reading, instead
of talking and listening, is an important way of sharing among Japanese people.
To share individual and private matters in face-to-face peer groups, Japanese
people have ...

The Managed Heart

Author: Arlie Russell Hochschild
Publisher: Univ of California Press
ISBN: 0520951859
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This book was also the winner of the Charles Cooley Award in 1983, awarded by the American Sociological Association and received an honorable mention for the C. Wright Mills Award.

Strangers In The House

Author: William R. Beer
Publisher: Transaction Publishers
ISBN: 1412835194
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The birth of a mutual child is associated with better marital relations between
remarried parents, but it is not clear which causes the other. Better relations
between stepsiblings often accompany the birth of a half-sibling, but such
amelioration may be due more to shared jealousy and a common focus of
affection than to warmer mutual feelings. The age interval between older
stepsiblings and the mutual child could be important in that younger children
could feel rivalry, whereas older ...

A Mutual Aid Model For Social Work With Groups

Author: Dominique Moyse Steinberg
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 113447301X
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and between their feelings and hers (e.g., “Can anyone recall a time when she or
he felt the way Miss X feels?”). And through their storytelling, or me-too syndrome
, the group explicitly identifies its common ground, even as it explores its
differences. Some group members might recall similar situations and recapture
similar feelings (“Last year I had that kind of trouble with my boss, and I got really
mad, too.”). Others might recall similar situations but recapture different feelings (“
When I ...