Chapter 3. Making Good Marriages Better

Growth Counseling for Marriage Enrichment
by Howard J. Clinebell, Jr.

Chapter 3. Making Good Marriages Better

There is genuine dialogue -- no matter whether spoken or silent -- where each of the participants really has in mind the other or others in their present and particular being and turns to them with the intention of establishing a living mutual relation. 1. -- Martin Buber

Loving perception, whether as between sweethearts or as between parents and children, produced kinds of knowledge that were not available to nonlovers. 2. -- Abraham Maslow