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Refrigerator Rights: Why we need to let people into our hearts, our homes (and our refrigerators)..

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This important book explores the metaphorical message that "refrigerator rights" stands for the kind of closeness we have with people in our lives -- friends, family, spouses. How many people can walk into our homes and just open up the fridge and help themselves? Only the people closest to us. Dr. Will Miller with Glenn Sparks, Ph.D. propose that most of us have very few ...more
Hardcover, 224 pages
Published November 5th 2002 by Perigee Trade
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MLH
Sep 05, 2009 MLH rated it liked it
Interesting theory that the issues many people face currently has to do with the erosion of Refrigerator Rights Relationships. "Refrigerator Rights" relationships refers to the types of people you have in your life that you are comfortable allowing open access to your fridge -- they see the "real" you -- when you are comfortable and relaxed and not when you are "playing hostess" and on your best behavior. Definitely provides food for thought.
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Oct 30, 2008 Wendy rated it really liked it
A insightful book about friendships and staying connected to your community.
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