Amores Altamente Peligrosos by Walter Riso

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Amores altamente peligrosos (libro electrónico)
Riso, Walter
“Creemos que el amor es infalible y olvidamos algo elemental para los angeles supervivencia amorosa: no todas las propuestas afectivas son convenientes para nuestro bienestar.” Walter Riso
¿Qué son los amores altamente peligrosos? Son aquellos que en lugar de aportarnos alegría, equilibrio emocional y satisfacción, representan una fuente de infelicidad y conflicto. Se trata de relaciones negativas con personas cuya conducta y actitudes ponen en riesgo tanto nuestra salud psicológica como nuestra integridad física, y de las cuales no siempre es fácil liberarse (entre otras cosas porque somos nosotros quienes contribuimos a sostenerlas).
En l. a. presente obra el reconocido terapeuta Walter Riso describe las distintas modalidades de estos vínculos enfermizos, desde el amor desconfiado hasta el violento, pasando por el indiferente, el pasivo-agresivo, el caótico, el subversivo, el perfeccionista, el egoísta y el hostigante. El objetivo es ayudarnos a reconocer dichas dinámicas y no caer en ellas.

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