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Section 4
Step 4. Choosing the Type of Separation that is Right for You

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Robert J. Buchicchio

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- Buchicchio, Robert J. Taking Space - How To Use Separation To Explore The Future of Your Relationship. Vt: Charler Publishing, 2006.

Peer-Reviewed Journal Article References:
Hardesty, J. L., Crossman, K. A., Khaw, L., & Raffaelli, M. (2016). Marital violence and coparenting quality after separation. Journal of Family Psychology, 30(3), 320–330. 

Mata, J., Richter, D., Schneider, T., & Hertwig, R. (2018). How cohabitation, marriage, separation, and divorce influence BMI: A prospective panel study. Health Psychology, 37(10), 948–958.

Owen, J., Duncan, B., Anker, M., & Sparks, J. (2012). Initial relationship goal and couple therapy outcomes at post and six-month follow-up. Journal of Family Psychology, 26(2), 179–186.

QUESTION 4
If it is revealed that one partner appears to want out of the relationship and one is still heavily invested and committed, the counselor must: To select and enter your answer go to Test.


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