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Amori Supernova Psico Soccorso Per Cuori Spezzati Senza Un Perch

Author: Enrico Maria Secci
Publisher: Youcanprint
ISBN: 8892661949
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Ci sono amori che finiscono con un abbandono improvviso e apparentemente immotivato. Come le supernove, le stelle che esplodono e creano buchi neri nell'universo, questi amori collassano in modo inaspettato e brutale e provocano in chi è lasciato un trauma psicologico profondo. Questo libro spiega perché una relazione può interrompersi di colpo e come superare il danno emotivo ed esistenziale causato dall'abbandono in età adulta. Ricco di storie cliniche e di indicazioni terapeutiche, Amori Supernova è un manuale di psico-soccorso per tutte le persone che hanno attraversato o stanno vivendo il dramma del rifiuto sentimentale e la conclusione senza un perché di un legame felice. Tormentate, silenziose, psicosomatiche, irrisolte e ambivalenti, le Personalità Supernova compiono autentici crimini relazionali, violenze di velluto che possono compromettere intere esistenze a causa del trauma psicologico che provocano nelle/nei partner inermi e innamorati che hanno avuto la "sfortuna" di incontrarle. Questo libro studia le Supernove in psicologia e conferisce un nome, un linguaggio e un senso a un fenomeno traumatizzante nell'ambito delle relazioni romantiche in età adulta concluse senza un perché. Un fenomeno psicopatologico noto a tutti e spesso banalizzato, anche se miete innumerevoli vittime. Amori Supernova è un libro sull'amore, sull'abbandono e sulla salvezza.


Author: Ernest Drake
Publisher: Candlewick Press
ISBN: 0763623296
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Presents an introduction to dragonology that includes spells for catching dragons, their natural history, and descriptions of legendary dragons and dragonslayers.

A Lover S Discourse

Author: Roland Barthes
Publisher: Macmillan
ISBN: 0809066890
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"Barthes's most popular and unusual performance as a writer is "A Lover's Discourse," a writing out of the discourse of love. This language primarily the complaints and reflections of the lover when alone, not exchanges of a lover with his or her partner is unfashionable. Thought it is spoken by millions of people, diffused in our popular romances and television programs as well as in serious literature, there is no institution that explores, maintains, modifies, judges, repeats, and otherwise assumes responsibility for this discourse . . . Writing out the figures of a neglected discourse, Barthes surprises us in "A Lover's Discourse" by making love, in its most absurd and sentimental forms, an object of interest." Jonathan Culler

Difficult Loves

Author: Italo Calvino
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
ISBN: 0544133412
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Intricate interior lives are brilliantly explored in these short stories, now presented in one definitive collection as Calvino intended them In Difficult Loves, Italy’s master storyteller weaves tales in which cherished deceptions and illusions of love—including self-love—are swept away in magical instants of recognition. A soldier is reduced to quivering fear by the presence of a full-figured woman in his train compartment; a young clerk leaves a lady’s bed at dawn; a young woman is isolated from bathers on a beach by the loss of her bikini bottom. Each of them discovers hidden truths beneath the surface of everyday life. This is the first edition in English to present the collection as Calvino originally envisioned it, and includes two stories newly translated by Ann Goldstein.

Freud S On Narcissism

Author: Peter Fonagy
Publisher: Karnac Books
ISBN: 1780499906
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On Narcissism: An Introduction is a densely packed essay dealing with ideas that are still being debated today - from the role of narcissism in normal and pathological development and the relationship of narcissism to homosexuality, libido, romantic love, and self-esteem to issues of therapeutic intervention. The contributors place the work in the context of Freud's evolving thinking, point out its innovations, review its problematic aspects, and examine how its theoretical concepts have been elaborated more recently by analysts of diverse theoretic persuasions. In addition, they use Freud's text to chart new developments in psychoanalysis and point toward still unresolved problems. An introduction by Joseph Sandler, Ethel Spector Person, and Peter Fonagy provides a succinct overview of the material.Contributors: Willy Baranger, David Bell, R. Horacio Etchegoyen, Peter Fonagy, Leon Grinberg, Bela Grunberger, Heinz Henseler, Otto F. Kernberg, Paul H. Ornstein, Ethel Spector Person, Joseph Sandler, Hanna Segal, Nikolaus Treurniet, Clifford Yorke

Speaking In Tongues

Author: Jeffery Deaver
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 0671024108
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The disappearance of his estranged teenage daughter pits prosecutor Tate Collier against Aaron Matthews, a Harvard-educated psychiatrist consumed with revenge. By the author of The Bone Collector. Reprint.

The Coincidence Of Callie Kayden

Author: Jessica Sorensen
Publisher: Forever
ISBN: 1455576492
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From the bestselling author of The Secret of Ella and Micha comes a mesmerizing novel of fate, friendship, and the healing power of love . . . THE COINCIDENCE OF CALLIE & KAYDEN For Kayden, suffering in silence was the only way to survive. If he was lucky, he could keep his head down, do as he was told, and make it through the day. But one night it seemed like his luck-and his life-might finally end . . . until an angel named Callie appeared just in time to rescue him. Callie has never believed in luck. Not since her twelfth birthday when everything was taken from her. After the worst was over, she locked up her feelings and vowed never to tell anyone what happened. Now, six years later, she continues to struggle with the painful secret that threatens to consume her. When fate lands Kayden and Callie at the same college, Kayden is determined to get to know the beautiful girl who changed his destiny. Quiet and reserved, Callie still fears letting anyone else into her world. But Kayden is certain that Callie has come back into his life for a reason. And the more he tries to be a part of her life, the more he realizes that, this time, it's Callie who needs to be saved . . .

The Artificial Kid

Author: Bruce Sterling
Publisher: Open Road Media
ISBN: 1497688108
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In a future world of rampant inequality, a martial-arts video star finds himself in a real fight for survival, in this novel by the author of Schismatrix. Founded centuries ago by the enigmatic genius Moses Moses, the planet Reverie can either be heaven or hell, depending on whether you live on or above it. The superrich orbit the world in luxury abodes, keeping their sometimes-lethal ennui at bay by watching homemade sex and violence videos created by the peons dwelling on the coral continents miles beneath them. The most popular entertainer of all is the Artificial Kid, an unbeatable combat artist whose bloody, self-produced martial arts videos have made him beloved both above and below. But the Kid is about to stumble onto something no one was ever meant to discover—a mind-boggling conspiracy of science and antiquity that forces him to run for his life into the strange and dangerous wilderness known as the Mass. And when Moses Moses returns to Reverie after seven hundred years of cryogenic sleep, things are about to get much worse. Written long before the era of YouTube, Ultimate Fighting, and reality TV, Bruce Sterling’s prescient, thoughtful, and wildly satiric novel previews the nascent cyberpunk sensibilities of the acclaimed author’s later works.

No Live Files Remain

Author: Andras Forgach
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1471160602
Size: 60.86 MB
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For readers of The Lives of Others and The Reader, and based on a true story, No Live Files Remain is a beautiful and moving novel of family, lies, betrayal and forgiveness. He wanted to understand the past. Now he must live with the truth. Thirty years after the fall of communism in Hungary, as acclaimed writer, translator, dramatist and visual artist Andras Forgach investigated his family's past he uncovered a horrifying truth. His mother, whom he deeply loved, had been an informant for the Kadar regime. She had informed not only on acquaintances but on family, friends and even her children. In the eagerly anticipated No Live Files Remain, with rights sold around the world, Forgach gives voice to his deceased mother, holding her responsible for her deeds while defending the memories he cherished of her as a son. 'Mother wasn't lacking in evocativeness, no, no, I can affirm that. She was the firmament, the high sky, and she still is, even covered in heavy clouds.' Andras Forgach