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David Baxter PhD

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This exercise is adapted from Harville Hendrix' Getting the Love You Want: A Guide for Couples.

You can either do the exercise on your own to see where you stand or what you want in a relationship, or you can do it as a couple to get an idea of how close your relationship is to the relationship you would like to have.

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