Living Together, Feeling Alone: Healing Your Hidden Loneliness

Dan Kiley, Author Prentice Hall $18.95 (205p) ISBN 978-0-13-538216-5
Psychologist Kiley ( The Peter Pan Syndrome ) here applies his counseling techniques, which he calls ``Spiritual Behaviorism,'' to the problem of loneliness of married or otherwise coupled women. He presents case studies from his clinical work with women whose undefined feelings of loneliness produce destructive symptoms such as eating disorders and workaholism, even though outwardly their marriages exemplify togetherness. Kiley discusses as well his own re-birth in spirituality, primarily under the aegis of a Cherokee Indian medicine man, as an impetus for the development of his prescription, a five-step program that includes a mantra designed to help women locked in troubling relationships. His guidance is innovative and positive. Literary Guild selection. (Oct.)
Reviewed on: 10/01/1989
Release date: 10/01/1989
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