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Cómo criar hijos tiranos
Author: Mark Beyebach, Margarita Herrero de Vega
Publisher: Herder Editorial
ISBN: 8425431859
Pages: 144
Year: 2013-04-16
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A lo largo de sus 25 años de experiencia como terapeutas familiares, Mark Beyebach y Marga Herrero de Vega han comprobado una y otra vez hasta qué punto los padres se esfuerzan por educar bien a los hijos, por criar personas cariñosas y honestas, ciudadanos responsables y solidarios. Pero también han observado que a menudo esas mismas buenas intenciones terminan llevando a patrones de interacción contraproducentes, que en realidad contribuyen a que esos hijos e hijas se conviertan primero en niños caprichosos, después en adolescentes déspotas y finalmente en verdaderos tiranos. El objetivo de este libro es precisamente señalar y describir esos patrones perjudiciales, no con la idea de culpabilizar a los padres, sino con la intención de ayudarles a que los identifiquen y puedan romper con ellos. Los autores han querido que el resultado fuera provocador y ameno, y por eso han decidido escribirlo de forma paradójica, recurriendo a un tono desenfadado e irónico y presentándolo como un conjunto de recomendaciones concretas y operativas para educar hijos tiranos.
COMO CRIAR HIJOS TIRANOS
Author: Mark Beyebach, Marga Herrero
Publisher:
ISBN: 8425431840
Pages: 144
Year: 2013
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Stand Firm
Author: Svend Brinkmann
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1509514295
Pages: 152
Year: 2017-02-27
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The pace of modern life is accelerating. To keep up, we must keep on moving and adapting – constantly striving for greater happiness and success. Or so we are told. But the demands of life in the fast lane come at a price: stress, fatigue and depression are at an all-time high, while our social interactions have become increasingly self-serving and opportunistic. How can we resist today's obsession with introspection and self-improvement? In this witty and bestselling book, Danish philosopher and psychologist Svend Brinkmann argues that we must not be afraid to reject the self-help mantra and 'stand firm'. The secret to a happier life lies not in finding your inner self but in coming to terms with yourself in order to coexist peacefully with others. By encouraging us to stand firm and get a foothold in life, this vibrant anti-self-help guide offers a compelling alternative to life coaching, positive thinking and the need always to say 'yes!'
500 Words You Should Know
Author: Caroline Taggart
Publisher: Michael O'Mara Books
ISBN: 1782432981
Pages: 265
Year: 2014-09-18
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Ever wanted to ameliorate your atavistic lexicon, engage in a little intellectual badinage or been discombobulated by tricky diction? 500 Words You Should Know has you covered. Words are beautiful and versatile things, but when used incorrectly they can lose a lot in transition, and the more complex the word, the more misused it can become. And as words eternally evolve in their everyday use, they can begin to be interpreted as something other than their original meaning. 500 Words You Should Know will inspire the reader to use uncommon words in their correct context, to utilize the English language to its full potential, and to test themselves on the words they think they already know.
Changing Self-Destructive Habits
Author: Matthew D. Selekman, Mark Beyebach
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 113673497X
Pages: 358
Year: 2014-09-25
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For the first time in one volume self-harm, substance abuse, eating-disordered behavior, gambling, and Internet and cyber sex abuse—five crippling, self-destructive behaviors—are given a common conceptual framework to help with therapeutic intervention. Matthew Selekman and Mark Beyebach, two internationally-recognized therapists, know first-hand that therapists see clients who have problems with several of these habits in varying contexts. They maintain an optimistic, positive, solution-focused approach while carefully addressing problems and risks. The difficulties of change, the risk of slips and relapses, and the ups-and-downs of therapeutic processes are widely acknowledged and addressed. Readers will find useful, hands-on therapeutic strategies and techniques that they can use in both individual and conjoint sessions during couple, family, and one-on-one therapy. Detailed case examples provide windows to therapeutic processes and the complexities in these cases. Clinical interventions are put in a wider research context, while research is reviewed and used to extract key implications of empirical findings. This allows for a flexible and open therapeutic approach that therapists can use to integrate techniques and procedures from a variety of approaches and intervention programs.
Your Child, Your Mirror
Author: Martha Alicia Chávez
Publisher: Grijalbo
ISBN: 6073118848
Pages:
Year: 2013-11-29
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The book that continues to open hearts and touch readers' nerves. The book that continues to open hearts and touch readers' nerves. We parents project our life expectations onto our children, our frustrations, our unresolved eras of childhood or adolescence, our 'what ifs' and our unsatisfied needs, hoping unconsciously that they will become an extension of ourselves and give closure to those unfinished issues. Getting to know the "hidden part" of our relationship, understanding why this child, specifically this one, pulls us out of our pigeonhole so easily, why this child annoys us, why it is so difficult for us to love them, why are we determined to change them, and why we pressure them with such insistence so that they do or stop doing, opens the door to the possibility of a deep change in our relationship with that child. Realizing this contributes to transforming feelings of rejection, rancor and the ensuing guilt, which can be devastating, facilitating the transition toward the only feeling that heals, unites and transforms: love.
Perfect Love
Author: Joyce Meyer
Publisher: FaithWords
ISBN: 1455587850
Pages: 256
Year: 2014-10-07
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Yesterday. Today. Tomorrow. God loves you perfectly, all the time. But if you sometimes feel unworthy, struggle with self-doubt, or believe He's mad at you, Joyce Meyer, #1 New York Times bestselling author, wants to help you embrace the power of knowing God's total acceptance. No matter what you have done or where you are in your life's journey, you are meant to receive this gift. God's Word says that His love for you is unchanging and He loves you simply because He wants to. In PERFECT LOVE, Joyce reveals how you can develop the certainty that God loves you fully and unconditionally-right now. Combining her own personal experience with biblical insights, she'll help you increase your understanding of God's genuine character so that you can live more fully, enjoy a lasting sense of confidence, and experience His love on an entirely new level. Chapter titles include: Learning to See Clearly Be the Person God Meant You to Be Developing Your Potential Amazing Grace Getting Comfortable with God "God loves you perfectly and unconditionally right now!" --Joyce Meyer
¡Con golpes NO!
Author: Martha Alicia Chávez
Publisher: Grijalbo
ISBN: 6073132204
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Year: 2015-07-17
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En ¡Con golpes NO!, Martha Alicia Chávez dirige un llamado a los padres para hacerles saber, de una vez por todas, que educar con límites no es educar con golpes. Martha Alicia Chávez, autora del bestseller Tu hijo tu espejo y referente en temas parenting, ofrece en ¡Con golpes NO! las herramientas para criar a nuestros hijos de una manera efectiva y amorosa. Un libro que, al estilo de Martha Alicia Chávez, nos recuerda por medio de los casos presentados de sus pacientes, que el dolor y las huellas que marcan los padres cuando maltratan a sus hijos son indelebles. Según la OMS, aproximadamente un 20% de las mujeres, y entre un 5 a 10% de los hombres, manifiestan haber sufrido abusos sexuales en la infancia, mientras que un 23% de las personas de ambos sexos refieren maltratos físicos cuando eran niños. Entre las consecuencias de este maltrato se encuentran problemas de salud física y mental duraderos, y efectos sociales y laborales negativos que pueden retrasar el desarrollo económico y social de los países. De ahí que la importancia de este libro. Con su cálida voz, Martha Alicia Chávez nos devela las consecuencias del maltrato infantil y, por supuesto, nos ofrece una gama de herramientas para que no tengamos el pretexto de repetir la clásica idea de "una nalgada a tiempo...". Por el contrario, nos enseña distintas maneras de imponer disciplina y límites sin dejar de demostrar verdadero amor.
Hijos tiranos o débiles dependientes
Author: Martha Alicia Chávez
Publisher: Grijalbo
ISBN: 6073104723
Pages:
Year: 2011-07-01
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La autora explica por qué los padres echan a perder a sus hijos consintiéndolos, y presenta fórmulas prácticas para evitar o corregir este comportamiento, todo en el estilo natural y rotundo que le ha ganado miles de lectores. En la actualidad los padres padecemos una monumental crisis de autoridad. Una familia es un sistema, un grupo de individuos de una misma clase y especie y como tal, requiere de una jerarquía que le dé balance y orden y le permita existir de manera equilibrada y armoniosa. Las estructuras jerárquicas son necesarias para la supervivencia en todos los niveles, y en el caso de la familia, implican un orden descendente de acuerdo a criterios de autoridad y poder. Esto significa que lo esperado -porque es lo sano-, es que los padres ocupen el primer lugar en ese orden jerárquico. No porque sean mejores, superiores, o más valiosos, sino porque son los mayores, los procreadores y es lo que va con la armonía y el orden natural de la vida. Cuando en una familia la autoridad y el poder recaen donde no deben estar, es decir en los hijos (uno o todos), el sistema se desequilibra, la dinámica de relación entre los miembros se confunde y trastorna, desarmonizando profundamente a todos y en todos los niveles. Por otra parte, tener tanto poder en la familia, hace sentir al hijo o los hijos que lo llevan, alterados emocionalmente, ansiosos y angustiados. Es demasiado pesado cargar sobre sus espaldas semejante paquete: la autoridad y el poder que está "diseñado" para las espaldas de los progenitores -los padres- no de los hijos. ¿Cuáles son los factores que originan esta trágica y peligrosa "crisis de autoridad", que nos aqueja a los padres hoy en día? ¿Por qué no podemos decir NO? ¿Por qué nos cuesta tanto establecer una disciplina dentro del seno familiar? ¿Qué nos lleva a querer resolverles los problemas a nuestros hijos, darles todo en charola de plata y a manos llenas y facilitarles tanto la vida? ¿Por qué permitimos que nos maltraten? Este libro responde a estos cuestionamientos y proporciona información y herramientas efectivas para ayudar a los padres a aprender a amar a sus hijos con sabiduría y a capacitarse para crear la armoniosa combinación de una firme disciplina y un gran amor: fórmula infalible.
How to Improve Your Self-Esteem
Author: Walter Riso
Publisher: PHRONESIS S.A.S.
ISBN: 9585899124
Pages: 66
Year: 2013-06-01
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“Activating your self-love is the first step towards any type of psychological growth and personal improvement. Of course I am not talking about the dark side of self-esteem, which leads to narcissism and fascination with the ego, but rather about having a genuine ability to, fearless and unashamedly, recognize your strengths and virtues, integrate them into the development of your own life..." In this guide, Dr. Walter Riso teaches us about the tools we need to help bolster our self-esteem; he teaches us to feed our self-love, freeing us from dependencies and stripping away all those things that weigh heavily on us. This, in turn, enables us to build our own happiness.
Preparing for a Gentle Birth
Author: Blandine Calais-Germain, Núria Vives Parés
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1594778132
Pages: 192
Year: 2012-07-26
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An illustrated hands-on guide to the dynamics of the female pelvis for expectant mothers, midwives, and birth professionals • Provides fully illustrated exercises to help the expectant mother prepare her pelvis for birth and gain confidence in her body’s innate ability to birth her child • Details the anatomical intricacies of the female pelvis and its capabilities for expansion and return to its original form • Presents movements and positions to ease discomfort, enhance the productivity of contractions, aid the internal expansion of the pelvis, and prevent and treat issues that may arise such as “failure to progress” The dynamic power of the female pelvis is the key to a gentle birth. Throughout pregnancy, hormones soften the ligaments and joints of the pelvis in preparation for labor, a time when the four bones of the pelvis--the two ilia (hip bones), the coccyx (tailbone), and the sacrum--do their intimate dance of release, rotation, and counter-rotation around the soon-to-be newborn. In this hands-on guide based on 15 years of research and workshops in maternity wards, movement teachers and health professionals Blandine Calais-Germain and Núria Vives Parés detail the anatomical intricacies of the female pelvis and its capabilities for expansion and return to its original form. Providing fully illustrated exercises to help the expectant mother prepare for this pelvic transformation and gain confidence in her body’s innate ability to birth her child, they also present a variety of movements and positions for use during the different stages of labor to ease discomfort, enhance the productivity of contractions, aid the internal expansion of the pelvis, and prevent and treat issues that may arise such as “failure to progress.” Ideal for the expectant mother and her birthing partner, this book will be a welcome addition to the library of every midwife, obstetrician, doula, and movement professional who teaches pregnant women.
The Daughters of Joy
Author: Deepak Chopra
Publisher:
ISBN: 1877087017
Pages: 257
Year: 2004
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Struggling writer Jess Conover needs a job. Something infinite and unnamable seems to know this, because one Sunday morning as he is scanning the classifieds, he sees the cryptic message that changes his life: Love has found you. Tell no one, just come. When he meets lovely, willowy Elena on a cold November night in Boston, he is swept into an age-old mystery instead. At first he thinks that it is Elena herself who makes him feel as if his whole reality is about to be transformed. Then Jess discovers that this woman, who talks so knowingly about love, is the leader of a 'mystery school' going back many centuries. Jess is compelled to enter 'the second world' of this mystery school a place nurtured and preserved by a handful of women who can guide him on this remarkable adventure of the heart.
How to Cure a Fanatic
Author: Amos Oz
Publisher: Princeton University Press
ISBN: 0691148635
Pages: 95
Year: 2010-09-19
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Proposes that the murderous violence that has riven our society is driven as much by confusion as by inescapable hatred. Challenging the reductionist division of people by race, religion, and class, Sen presents a vision of a world that can be made to move toward peace as firmly as it has spiraled in recent years toward brutality and war. – from publisher information.
My Child Won't Eat
Author: Carlos González
Publisher: Pinter & Martin Publishers
ISBN: 1780660057
Pages: 192
Year: 2012
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Parents everywhere worry when their baby or toddler doesn't seem to eat as much as they think he should. Carlos González sets those fears to rest as he explores the reasons why a child refuses food, the pitfalls of growth charts, and the ways that growth and activity affect a child's calorific needs. He discusses how eating problems start, how they can be avoided and includes mothers' stories of the anguish they have gone through in trying to get their children to eat.
Como criar filhos tiranos
Author: Marga Herrero de Vega, Mark Beyebach
Publisher: Editora Vozes Limitada
ISBN: 8532656552
Pages: 104
Year: 2017-11-08
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São tempos difíceis estes. Tempos de crise econômica e recessão, de desemprego e pobreza crescentes. Os profetas do livre-mercado e do liberalismo aproveitam com determinação o medo e a desordem social para desmantelar, de forma implacável, a educação e a saúde públicas, os serviços sociais de qualidade. Já não se busca o bem comum por meio de projetos de bem-estar social compartilhados pelo Estado; agora é a hora do individualismo feroz, do "salve-se quem puder", do vale-tudo e da supremacia do mais forte. E é por isso que você deve ler este livro: porque, se seguir os seus ensinamentos, terá condições de educar filhos perfeitamente adaptados ao novo cenário social.

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