9788425357619

Somos lo que hablamos / We Are What We Say

  • ISBN 13:

    9788425357619

  • ISBN 10:

    8425357616

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 07/23/2019
  • Publisher: Grijalbo Mondadori

Note: Not guaranteed to come with supplemental materials (access cards, study guides, lab manuals, CDs, etc.)

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Summary

Descubre el inmenso poder terapéutico del habla. Un texto interesante, emotivo e imprescindible sobre la importancia y los beneficios de hablar para comunicarnos así como de hablarnos a nosotros.

 Hablar es la actividad humana más eficaz para proteger la autoestima, gestionar nuestro programa vital, disfrutar de la convivencia y las relaciones afectivas y facilitar nuestro bienestar físico, mental y social. Está, pues íntimamente relacionado con la buena salud y la satisfacción con la vida.

En este ensayo divulgativo, el reconocido psiquiatra Luis Rojas Marcos nos demuestra, el papel fundamental que desempeña el lenguaje a través de experiencias personales vitales y de su reconocida y dilatada carrera profesional en las que el habla ha desarrollado un papel fundamental porque# ¿qué hace un psiquiatra si no escuchar a sus pacientes?

ENGLISH DESCRIPTION

Discover the immense therapeutic power of speech. An interesting, moving, and essential book about the importance and the benefits of speaking—both to communicate and to talk to ourselves.

Talking is the most effective human activity to protect self-esteem, manage our lifestyle, enjoy social relationships, and facilitate our physical, mental, and social well-being. It is therefore inextricably linked with good health and life satisfaction.
In this informative essay, renowned psychiatrist Luis Rojas Marcos shows us the fundamental role that language plays, through experiences from his personal life and his distinguished professional career, in which speech has played an important role, because what does a psychiatrist do if not listen to his patients?

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