31 horrores que cometen las mujeres y los hombres: ...y que by Norma Pantojas

By Norma Pantojas

La consejera de familia Norma Pantojas revela estrategias para lidiar con los errores más comunes que cometen los hombres y las mujeres.

Este libro nos presenta los errores más comunes que cometen los hombres y las mujeres en sus relaciones mostrándonos como ejemplo diferentes casos reales atendidos en consejería. Ofrece herramientas para que pueda identificarlos y superarlos.   Hombres y mujeres pueden complementarse y ser felices si descubren los conflictos ocultos que hay en sus vidas  y que son los que les impulsan a actuar sin conciencia.  Poniendo en práctica las estrategias que se ofrecen en este libro lograran hacer renacer y florecer su relación.

¡Todo hombre puede renacer y toda mujer puede florecer con el toque amoroso de Dios en su corazón!


Show description

Read or Download 31 horrores que cometen las mujeres y los hombres: ...y que les impiden ser felices PDF

Similar relationships books

Emotional Intelligence for Dummies

Being conscious of and in command of your feelings is likely one of the keys to good fortune in lifestyles -- either professionally and in my opinion. Emotional Intelligence For Dummies will allow you to take keep an eye on of your feelings instead of letting your feelings regulate you! detect how constructing your emotional intelligence can additional your relationships with others, within the place of work and at domestic.

The 11 Laws of Likability: Relationship Networking . . . Because People Do Business with People They Like

We know that networking is critical, and that forming relationships with others is an important a part of luck. yet occasionally it kind of feels like networking gets rid of all feelings from the equation and focuses basically on fast pursuits. .. while the type of relationships that experience real endurance, provide us pleasure, and help us ultimately are based on easily liking one another.

The Burning House

The now-classic, totally distinct voice of Ann Beattie is so dry it throws off sparks, her eye endowed with the emotional identical of X-ray imaginative and prescient. Her characters are younger women and men learning what it potential to be a grown-up in a rustic that promised them they'd remain younger ceaselessly. And the following, in shapely, penetrating tales, Beattie confirms why she is without doubt one of the most generally imitated -- but without doubt inimitable -- literary stylists of her new release.

Extra info for 31 horrores que cometen las mujeres y los hombres: ...y que les impiden ser felices

Example text

One of the best examples of this is their treatment of St. Patrick’s Purgatory in Lough Derg, County Donegal. The discussion here is based primarily on textual material, although the Turners went on the pilgrimage themselves. The pilgrimage site in the middle of Lough Derg (“Red Lake”) has been, they write, “the focus of acrimonious polemic between Irishman and Englishman, Protestant and Catholic” (Turner & Turner 1978:107). Through an examination of the polemics, pamphlets, and amateur histories of this site—ranging from the Irish nationalist poet Thomas D’Arcy McGee’s verse to the Protestant landholder Shane Leslie’s histories—the Turners trace how “[t]his pilgrimage shrine combines religion and nationalism in a unique way” (107).

Within a year of their arrival at Chicago the Turners wanted to start another major project. The 1968–69 academic calendar year had been a difficult one, full, in the minds of the Turners, of the anti-structure they had been writing about. The Chicago school year began with the infamous riots at the Democratic National Convention in August 1968, and was punctuated that February with a bitter and divisive student protest over the sociology department’s refusal to renew the contract of a popular, if controversial, professor and feminist activist, Marlene Dixson (University of Chicago 1991:145–51; Stocking 1979: 47; JMI).

Chief of these was an interest in van Gennep’s work on liminality, first encountered by Edie in Monica Wilson’s seminar, and then explored in “Betwixt and Between,” a paper presented by Vic at the American Ethnological Society meetings in 1964 that still stands as the classic articulation of liminality. Their time in California also proved influential. ” These new friends had them read Jack Kerouac’s On the Road and the poetry of Alan Ginsberg and Gary Snyder. Ithaca was also fertile intellectual ground.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.10 of 5 – based on 17 votes