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La mujer que me escucha: El testimonio de un…
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La mujer que me escucha: El testimonio de un padre en duelo (Plataforma…

by Pedro Alcalá

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A discussion of how to handle the loss of a loved one, this soothing resource chronicles the journey of a father, Pedro, during his grieving process as he attempts to overcome the loss of his son. This book touchingly focuses on the doubts, fears, feelings, and setbacks he experiences during the healing process while addressing common questions such as Is it better to vent anger or not? Should you talk with acquaintances or find comfort in the silence? and How long does the pain last? An ideal and invaluable sourcebook for those facing the loss of a loved one or for those who accompany the bereaved in their difficult plight, this work is a testimony to the power of the human spirit.

 

Tratando de recuperarse la pérdida de un ser querido, este recurso tranquilizador relata el viaje de un padre, Pedro, durante su proceso de duelo mientras intenta superar la pérdida de su hijo. Este libro conmovedor se centra en las dudas, los miedos, los sentimientos y los contratiempos que experimenta mientras lamenta la muerte de su hijo mientras responde a preguntas comunes como ¿Es mejor desahogar la rabia o no? ¿Conviene hablar con conocidos o hallar consuelo en el silencio? y ¿Cuánto dura el dolor? Un texto de inestimable ayuda a todos aquellos que tienen que superar la pérdida de un ser querido y a los que los acompañan en su difícil situación, el libro es un testimonio del poder del espíritu humano.

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Ante la mas dolorosa de las perdidas, la de un hijo, Pedro necesitaba, fundamentalmente, ser escuchado. Para expresar sus sentimientos, dudas, temores, avances, y retrocesos necesarios para superar tan dura experiencia. Este libro es el testimonio de su proceso de duelo, y a la vez de su paso por la Fundacion Mario Losantos del Campo, que ha sida para el un refugio y apoyo incondicional durante el transito mas delicado de su vida. -- Cover.… (more)

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