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By Robin M Kowalski

Univ. of Cullowhee, NC. Examines the darkish facet of interacting with others. Discusses why it truly is tough to take care of enjoyable family members and the way family could be style and likewise act like 'jerks.' subject matters conceal teasing, incompetence, betrayal, infidelity, sabotage, gossiping, and swearing. For clinicians and social scientists.

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