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Faculty Case Conference: The Affair As an Emotional Manager in Marriage
 
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Presenter: Anne S. McKnight, LCSW, EdD

This case study on the subject of the affair was selected because of the frequency that infidelity is presented as a symptom in consultation and because a conference sponsored by the Bowen Center on the Brain and Relationships where several presenters discussed monogamy in the natural world further stimulated thought on the subject. The family was presented in May of 2006 and again in October 2007 to discuss the life course of the family during the following year and a half.


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