Liberare Il Primate Salvare La Principessa Superare Le Ossessioni E Il Disturbo Ossessivo Compulsivo Doc Con La Metodologia Afop Book PDF, EPUB Download & Read Online Free
In questo libro troverai una nuova metodologia che ti può aiutare a capire l'origine di un disturbo ossessivo, quali contenuti ossessivi sono i più frequenti e, soprattutto, quali sono i cambiamenti che devi introdurre nella vita per poterlo superare. La metodologia AFOP(r), sviluppata da Damián Ruíz, psicologo e direttore di IPITIA, Istituto Psicologico Internazionale di Barcellona, non si conforma con imparare a gestire le ossessioni ne con imparare a conviverci, bensì si è dimostrata efficace en un elevato numero di casi di persone con disturbo ossessivo che sono arrivate alla remissione completa o quasi completa dei sintomi del DOC, ovvero, alla sua cura.
In this book you will find a new method which can help understand where an obsessive disorder comes from, which contents are most common and above all what changes you have to make so as to overcome it. The AFOP(r) method developed by Damian Ruiz, psychologist and director at IPITIA, the International Psychological Institute of Barcelona, does not settle with surviving and living with obsessions, nor simply managing them; it has shown itself to be be highly effective and lead to a complete or near complete remission of the disorder in a great number of cases, that is to say it cures OCD. It is written in language that is simple to understand and accessible, so as to help readers understand the origins of this disorder, how it takes hold and how to overcome it."
Author: Robert Lewis
Vera Vera Vera
Author: Hayley Squires
Publisher: A&C Black
The boy who comes back from a war far away in a wooden box is glorified and called a hero. As the funeral plans are made in a small Kent town, his siblings squabble over who he was. Maybe the fanfare isn't needed for this heroic martyr. Vera Vera Vera is a blackly comic play about what we are willing to fight for. Her first work for the theatre, Hayley Squires is a bracing new voice, clear eyed and loud, looking at violence, neglect and apathy. Depicting a gritty slice of social realism, Vera Vera Vera portrays the disjunction between the lives of the surviving family against the memories and patriotic commemoration for the dead. Looking at drug addiction, crime, verbal and domestic abuse, engrained racism, the characters' downtrodden and trapped lives are exposed with honesty and verve. This brave and uncompromising play questions both the validity of the myth of the martyred soldier and the true worth of survival for those left behind.