Money is one of society's great taboos, yet for most people it is one of life's most important considerations. Through a selection of interviews, this book explores people's attitudes to personal finance. A survey by American Express showed that money is the biggest cause of domestic strife, and that couples' decisions about money were much more heated and painful than about almost any other subject.
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Dorothy Rowe worked as a teacher and child psychologist in Australia, then took her PhD at Sheffield University. From 1972 until 1986 she was head of the North Lincolnshire Dept. of Clinical Psychology. She is now engaged in writing, lecturing and research, and is renowned for her work on how we communicate and why we suffer.Review:
'A very important book about one of the last social taboos - with fascinating implications for us all' Helena Kennedy, QC Praise for Dorothy Rowe's previous books includes: 'Dorothy Rowe stands out amongst psychologists for her clear insight into human experience' Independent 'Dorothy Rowe is full of robust good sense, rare intuitive wisdom and unhurried sensitivity' Nigella Lawson, The Times 'Wise and witty, factual and poetic, and a luminous path to self-understanding for all of us' Jill Tweedie
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Book Description Collins Pub San Francisco, 1997. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0002553295