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Los patitos feos. La resiliencia: una infancia infeliz no determina la vida / Ug ly Ducklings

9788490321997

Los patitos feos. La resiliencia: una infancia infeliz no determina la vida / Ug ly Ducklings

  • ISBN 13:

    9788490321997

  • ISBN 10:

    849032199X

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 11/22/2022
  • Publisher: Debolsillo

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Summary

Las claves para pasar de ser un patito feo a un hermoso cisne, libre de traumas y conflictos emocionales.

Los patitos feos es un referente imprescindible en el campo de la psicología moderna.

Resiliencia: dícese de la resistencia que ofrece un cuerpo a la rotura por golpe o de la capacidad humana de asumir con flexibilidad situaciones límite y sobreponerse a ellas.
Tras superar una difícil infancia marcada por la muerte de sus padres en un campo de concentración nazi y su posterior paso por distintos orfanatos y centros de acogida, Boris Cyrulnik adoptó el concepto de «resiliencia» y lo aplicó al campo de la psicología infantil para demostrar y explicar cómo todo niño puede volver a empezar después de haber sufrido una experiencia traumática.

Maria Callas o Georges Brassens son dos de los casos más célebres, pero hay muchos más ejemplosen las páginas de este libro que ponen de manifiesto que ninguna herida es un destino, que un niño traumatizado no está condenado a convertirse en un adulto fracasado y que alguien que ha sido maltratado en la infancia no tiene por qué convertirse en un futuro maltratador.

ENGLISH DESCRIPTION

The keys to stop being an ugly duckling and become a beautiful swan, free of trauma and emotional turmoil.

Ugly Ducklings is a crucial reference in the field of modern psychology.

Resilience: refers to a body’s resistance to breakage after a strike, or the human capacity to be flexible in extreme situations and overcome them.
 
After getting through a difficult childhood marked by the death of his parents in a Nazi concentration camp and his time at several orphanages and safe houses, Boris Cyrulnik adopted the concept of “resilience” and applied it to child psychology in order to demonstrate and explain how every kid can start over after suffering a traumatic experience.
 
Maria Callas and Georges Brassens are two of the most famous cases, but there are many more examples within these pages, underlining how wounds are not manifest destiny, how a traumatized child is not condemned to become a failure in adulthood, and how someone who was mistreated in infancy doesn’t have to become a future abuser.

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