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Couple Burnout: Causes and Cures

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"Having herself done many surveys in this area, Dr. Pines bases her treatment approach on research findings. Often as therapists we are asked by the couples we see in our offices to suggest a book that we think would be helpful for them to read. Ayala Pines' Couple Burnout is the one I will now recommend. She translates theory and research clearly and makes her ideas accessible to the couples we treat. In reading this book, couples will be affirmed in their struggles to develop more realistic expectations and in their attempts to create new, and potentially more fulfilling, ways to relate to one another.."-"Marion L. Usher, Ph.D, Clinical Professor, George Washington University School of Medicine

"Having herself done many surveys in this area, Dr. Pines bases her treatment approach on research findings. Often as therapists we are asked by the couples we see in our offices to suggest a book that we think would be helpful for them to read. Ayala Pines' Couple Burnout is the one I will now recommend. She translates theory and research clearly and makes her ideas accessible to the couples we treat. In reading this book, couples will be affirmed in their struggles to develop more realistic expectations and in their attempts to create new, and potentially more fulfilling, ways to relate to one another.."-"Marion L. Usher, Ph.D, Clinical Professor, George Washington University School of Medicine

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    • Ayala Malach Pines, School of Management, Ben‐Gurion University; Renata Nunes, Plaget Institute, Almada, Portugal. An early version of this article was presented in a symposium titled The Relationship Between Career and Couple Burnout: A Cross‐Cultural Perspective at the annual convention of The American Psychological Association, August 2001, San Francisco, California. The authors thank Barry Farber, the discussant in the symposium, for his insightful comments and also thank their colleagues Timo Laes and Tuula Laes of Turku University, Rauma, Finland, for collecting the Finnish data.

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    In Couple Burnout, Ayala Malach Pines offers a unique model to combat relationship burnout. Drawing from extensive research and years of clinical work, Pines describes the phenomenon of couple burnout; its causes, danger signs, and symptoms; and the most effective strategies therapists can use with couples. Distinguishing burnout from problems caused by clinical depression or other pathologies, Pines utilizes three major clinical perspectives that are used by couple therapists - psychodynamic, systems, and behavioral - while also focusing on the social-psychological and existential perspectives of couples' problems. Using dozens of case studies for illustrations, Couple Burnout offers detailed instructions for therapists interested in applying this conceptual framework to their work with individuals, couples, and couple groups. Issues of gender differences in burnout, of balancing intimate relationships with careers, and of burnout in sex are addressed in individual chapters.

    Ayala Malach Pines, School of Management, Ben‐Gurion University; Renata Nunes, Plaget Institute, Almada, Portugal. An early version of this article was presented in a symposium titled The Relationship Between Career and Couple Burnout: A Cross‐Cultural Perspective at the annual convention of The American Psychological Association, August 2001, San Francisco, California. The authors thank Barry Farber, the discussant in the symposium, for his insightful comments and also thank their colleagues Timo Laes and Tuula Laes of Turku University, Rauma, Finland, for collecting the Finnish data.