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.Vaughan traces the initiator's groping for and testing of a new single identity and depicts the initiator's confrontation with the partner. This appears to be the first appearance of the term in the sphere of psychology.
The key to understanding how two people separate, according to Vaughan, is the role they assume in the leavetaking. The world the two of them have built together no longer "fits.
At the forefront of this approach to separation is the intention not to injure each other, and for the wellbeing of children to be placed above all other disagreements and disputes.
She has been working with and for families for more than 30 years. It is structured like a classroom textbook with summaries and tests at the end of each chapter.
But so what? Order online at Nolo Press or call Feelings of Relief and Freedom[ edit ] While this may not necessarily a universal positive consequence that affects all people going through a breakup, there is significant evidence towards certain individuals experiencing feelings of relief, freedom, and happiness following the end of a relationship.