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To fly you have to begin taking risks. This is a great book. Yet, it can have therapeutic value in that it creates a space to allow the readers to reflect on their own emotional world. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Despite its title, it is not a shortcut to happiness. The book consists of a good 50 chapters, each one containing a story. Books by Jorge Bucay. Jorge and the stories on the other hand were very lovely and touching, many of the topics had me thinking for days even after finishing the book and I hope that I’m able to remember them just as w I’d actually give it a 3,5 star rating, but since that’s not possible on here, it rounds up to 4.
I’d actually give it a 3,5 star rating, but since that’s not possible on here, it rounds up to 4. Jorge and the stories on the other hand were very lovely and touching, many of the topics had me thinking for days even after finishing the book and I hope that I’m able to remember them just as well as Jorge did. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Books like this make you feel like you were sleeping, and suddenly woke up to something you already knew but didn’t know how to approach.
But it touches upon so many things only briefly.
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Every chapter is basically a story that the psychotherapist is telling to his patient Damien and every story has a hidden meaning. Jan 26, Jc Melgar rated it it was amazing Shelves: This book was painful to read. Jorge Bucay is a gestalt psychotherapist, psychodramatist, and writer from Argentina.
Es begleitete mich die letzten paar Wochen – doch die Geschichten werde ich bestimmt viele Jahre in mir tragen! May 17, panela rated it really liked it. Paperbackpages. In the course of his life, he has worked as a traveling salesman selling socks, books and sports clothing, as well as an insurance agent, taxi driver, clown, warehouseman, educator, actor, doctor on duty, host of children’s parties, psychiatrist, group coordinator, radio collaborator, and television host.
Not the best Bucay book, but I liked it. Tales Along the Road to Happiness is by no means a self-help book. Historias que a todos nos pueden servir para entendernos mejor a nosotros mismos, nuestras relaciones y nuestros miedos. His personality lacks depth and it’s just hard to empathise. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. Let Me Tell You a Story: This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Perhaps the chapter that interested me most is about the different types of therapy, because I feel that I have done all three: He currently defines his job as professional helper.
Both the individual stories and the book as a whole are inspiring and full of wisdom and take home messages worth reflecting on.
It’s a must reread, but first it goes to my dad becouse he is very like Jorge in rl book. Tales Along the Road to Happiness original title: It made me emotional quite a lot of times.
I want to download free PDF version? Quotes from Let Me Tell You a The lower rating is a result of me not liking the main character Demian.
Oh, my aching head Zum verschenken jorg nie ein Fehlgriff. Everyone who decides to read this book will find something for themselves and as Bucay says you need to find hidden diamond in every story.
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Oct 28, Alex added it. Published September 1st by Rba Libros first published le This book is a crownjewel with a lot of information hidden between the lines even without the stories. No trivia or quizzes yet. If I ever need therapy for some kind of reason, Jorge Bucay is the man where I would go to, even without being diagnosed to need treatment.
Sep 20, Lipstick junkie rated it really liked it. As life it self: Bucay has written prosribulo number of books in Spanish, but unfortunately most of them are yet to be translated into English. Moreover, even though he lives and practises in Argentina, his writings transcend frontiers and are of relevance to readers across the world, which explains his popularity in different countries.
No puedo decir que sea el mejor libro que he leido, pero es inevitable reflexionar con ciertas cosas y pienso que eso es bueno, por tanto cualquier libro que te haga pensar debo recomendarlo y este lo hago moderadamente.
It probably helps if you relate to Demian the protagonist. Aug 30, Rosa rated it liked it.