After the Fight

Using Your Disagreements to Build a Stronger Relationship

Daniel B. Wile

September 22, 1995
ISBN 9781572300262
Price: $39.00
326 Pages
Size: 6" x 9"
Copyright Date: 1993
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“I highly recommend it to therapists but also to researchers interested in the impact of concealing personal feelings in relationships.”

Contemporary Psychology

“For the seasoned therapist the book is an adventure into the mind of the therapist's journey, always interesting and at times even amusing. For the less experienced therapist, the book fully and clearly describes major relationship dynamics as they are played out in the life of a couple, while presenting a very detailed therapeutic approach....The book is an extremely useful aid for those doing couple therapy.”

Journal of Sex Education and Therapy

“An inspirational book. It is one of the most unique and creative books about couples I have ever read. It captures not only the subtleties of couple interactions, but also the nuances of couples therapy. I plan to assign this book to all of my graduate students, and will open it myself whenever I need to be reminded of how exciting it is to study and treat couples.”

—Neil S. Jacobson, Ph.D., University of Washington

“Reading After the Fight is the next best thing to being in the room with Daniel Wile, widely renowned as a creative and masterful couples' therapist....Wile shows a remarkable capacity to put words to the vague and amorphous thoughts of the partners as well as the therapist.... He lets us in on his innermost thoughts and quandaries as a therapist and offers a multitude of examples and direct dialogue to make his approach come alive.”

—Gayla Margolin, Ph.D., Professor of Psychology, University of Southern California