Elizabeth Boyden Howes (1907-2002) was a Jungian psychotherapist and founder of the Guild for Psychological Studies in San Francisco. Howes had been in practice in the Bay Area since 1944 and co-editor of The Choice Is Always Ours (R. R. Smith, 1948), and co-edited And A Time To Die (Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1961). In this program, Howes delivers the inaugural lecture in a series of discussions on marriage, on how to develop interpersonal relations in a marriage. Howes' lecture concentrates on independence, communication, and the different needs and tendencies of men and women in relation to each other. The other two talks in this unnamed series were Men In Marriage, delivered by Dr. Jean E. Neighbor, and Children In Marriage, delivered by Dr. Charles R. Graham. Recorded at the Mt. Diablo Unitarian Church, February 23, 1964.