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Jorge and the stories on the other hand were very lovely and touching, many of the topics had me thinking for days even after finishing the book and I hope that I’m prostibulp to remember them just as w I’d actually give it a 3,5 star rating, but since that’s not possible prlstibulo here, it rounds up to 4. Open Preview See a Problem? Sep 30, Sandy Hyatt-James added it. Many of these stories are a classic I’d actually give it a 3,5 star rating, but since that’s not possible on here, it rounds up to 4.
This is a great book. Refresh and try again. Not the best Bucay book, but I liked it. Jorge Bucay is a gestalt psychotherapist, psychodramatist, and writer from Argentina. Sep 20, Lipstick junkie rated it really liked it. May 17, panela rated it really liked it. Oh, my aching head The book consists of a good 50 chapters, each one containing a story. The stories are very beautiful and inspiring.
And, of course, is no substitute for therapy. He started working at the age of thirteen. The lower rating is a result of me not liking the main character Demian.
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Want to Read saving…. Yet, it can have therapeutic value in that it creates a space to allow the readers to reflect on their own emotional world. Books by Jorge Bucay. A delghtful mish-mash of folkelore and parables, all explaining life’s quandries. View all 3 comments. Jan 26, Jc Melgar rated it it was amazing Shelves: Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Aug 30, Rosa rated it liked it. Tales Along the Road to Happiness is by no means a self-help book.
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If I ever need therapy for some kind of reason, Jorge Bucay is the man where I would go to, even without being diagnosed to need treatment. I want to download free PDF version? It made me emotional quite a lot of times. Oct 28, Alex added it. I never really connected with him, neither did I find him interesting.
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To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. He divides his attention between attending therapeutic teaching conferences, which have taken him around the world, and the writing of his books, which he considers therapeutic tools.
No puedo decir que sea el mejor libro que he leido, pero es inevitable reflexionar con ciertas cosas y pienso que eso es bueno, por tanto cualquier libro que te haga pensar debo recomendarlo y este lo hago moderadamente. Historias que a todos nos pueden servir para entendernos mejor hucay nosotros mismos, nuestras relaciones y nuestros miedos. Zum verschenken definitiv nie ein Fehlgriff. Does anyone know how good the german translation is compared to the original text?
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Composed of short description of personal details of imaginary patient followed by a short story told by a psychotherapist that is ought to help client find an answer. This book is prostibulk crownjewel with a lot of information hidden between the lines even without the stories.
They only work from a high altitude. No trivia or quizzes yet. I found this book almost therapeutic. Every chapter is basically a story that the psychotherapist is telling to his patient Damien and every story has a hidden meaning. Both the individual stories and the book as a whole are inspiring and full of wisdom and take home messages worth reflecting on. In the course of his life, he has worked as a traveling salesman selling socks, books and sports clothing, as well as an insurance agent, taxi driver, clown, warehouseman, educator, actor, doctor on duty, host of children’s parties, psychiatrist, group coordinator, radio collaborator, and television host.
Paperbackpages. But it touches upon so many things only briefly. In the course of his life, he has worked as a traveling salesman selling socks, books and sports clothing, as well Jorge Bucay is a gestalt psychotherapist, psychodramatist, and writer from Argentina.
Jorge Bucay, ingeniously, uses his characters, Damien and himself as conduits for this. Liked the book, Bucay really did some great job putting all these stories in one book in the form of dialogue between therapist and boy named Demian who has typical problems almost all people deal with.
And now I understand him a bit better! Bucay has written a number of books in Spanish, but unfortunately most of them are yet to be translated into English. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.