Transgresija u vezi

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Transgresija u intimnom odnosu označava situacije u kojima jedan od sudionika krši implicitna ili eksplicitna pravila te veze. O tome što se može smatrati transgresijom postoje različita mišljenja - za neke to predstavlja eksplicitno kršenje "pravila", za neke su to postupci koji implicitno nanose štetu ili emocionalnu bol jednom od dvaju partnera, dok je najčešći i najeksplicitniji oblik transgresije nevjera.

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