They say we are all vulnerable to being cheated. Culturally we see infidelity at the same time as something almost inevitable, and as the worst betrayal that can be committed against a partner. But are all forms of infidelity the same? Is it such a serious act that it should always lead to the dissolution of the family? In this deep, revealing and provocative book the psychotherapist Demián Bucay crumbles infidelity in the modern world. The result is an invitation to look at it in its proper measure: neither as an insignificant game and without any consequence, nor as the transgression that in all cases should lead to definitive separation, but as a challenge that each couple must examine, weigh and solve according to your reality of life.
|Publisher:||Editorial Oceano de Mexico|
|Product dimensions:||15.00(w) x 17.75(h) x 0.00(d)|
About the Author
Demian Bucay is a psychiatrist and therapist. He studied medicine at the University of Buenos Aires and earned a doctorate in Gestalt Therapy. Today he provides therapy for individuals and couples.