Sexual Arrangements by Janet Alese, Ph.D. Reibstein
Marriage and the Temptation of Infidelity

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In light of increasing evidence that many married people have affairs, the authors study the traditional concept of the American marriage, identify vulnerable points, and propose that infidelity does not equal a failed marriage. 15,000 first printing.

About Janet Alese, Ph.D. Reibstein

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Janet Reibstein is a leading psychologist born, raised, and educated in the United States, but a long-time resident of the UK. She is a university professor, clinician, writer and broadcaster on the psychology of relationships. Her book "Sexual Arrangement: Marriage and the Temptation of Infidelity" formed the basis of a documentary for ABC in which she was featured. Janet is married, with two sons, and currently teaches at the University of Exeter.
Published July 1, 1993 by Scribner. 226 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Political & Social Sciences, Parenting & Relationships, Self Help. Non-fiction

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According to the authors (who spent ten years conducting 200 interviews in America and Britain for their study), the Anglo- American marriage model ascendant today is sexually exclusive, intimate, and companionate--in marked difference to, say, Victorian marriage, which had more to do with the ex...

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For as long as one may wait for insights from this repetitive, rambling and cliche-ridden discussion of infidelity and its causes, the wait may not be worth it.

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