Las mujeres que aman demasiado / Women Who Love Too Much (Paperback)

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En este libro la autora ofrece un camino para que todas aquellas mujeres que aman demasiado puedan amarse a sí mismas y establezcan una relación de pareja sana, feliz y duradera.

Cómo cambiar nuestra manera de amar y así dejar de sufrir.

«Cuando estar enamorada significa sufrir, es que estamos amando demasiado. Cuando la mayoría de nuestras conversaciones con amigas íntimas son acerca de él, de sus problemas, ideas, acciones y sentimientos, cuando casi todas nuestras frases comienzan con "él...", es que estamos amando demasiado. Cuando disculpamos su mal humor, su indiferencia y sus desaires e intentamos justificarlo o incluso convertirnos en su terapeuta, es que estamos amando demasiado.»

En este libro, del que ya se han vendido más de tres millones de ejemplares, Robin Norwood ayuda a las mujeres adictas a esta clase de amor a reconocer, comprender y cambiar su manera de amar.

A través de historias reveladoras y de un programa de recuperación, ofrece un camino para que puedan amarse a sí mismas y establecer una relación de pareja sana, feliz y duradera.


The #1 New York Times bestseller that asks: are you a woman who loves too much?

Many women find themselves repeatedly drawn into unhappy and destructive relationships with men. They then struggle to make these doomed relationships work. This best-selling book takes a hard look at how powerfully addictive these unhealthy relationships are – but also gives a very specific programme for recovery from the disease of loving too much.

About the Author

Robin Norwood, terapeuta, experta en problemas de pareja, familia y niños, es autora de varios libros. Su libro Las mujeres que aman demasiado, publicado por Ediciones B, sigue siendo hoy tan vigente como hace dos décadas, y existen grupos de autoayuda que lo utilizan como inspiración y bibliografía.

Product Details
ISBN: 9781947783454
ISBN-10: 1947783459
Publisher: B de Bolsillo
Publication Date: July 31st, 2018
Pages: 336
Language: Spanish


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