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How many times do we say "yes" when we would rather say "no"? Why do we submit ourselves to unbecoming situations and controlling individuals when we can avoid them? Why do we stay quiet when we should be talking, and feel guilty when we exert our rights? In this illuminating book, Walter Riso, a well-known cognitive therapist, reminds us that respect for oneself is one of the most precious traits of a human being. It is, also, a fundamental factor to guard our psychological health and our spiritual well-being. When someone is treated in an unjust manner, when their dignity is trampled on or humiliated, they usually respond in a submissive of aggressive way. The author invites us to consider a third option: assertiveness. This is the ability of an individual to defend their personal rights with decisiveness, without yielding to or reacting in a violent way.Biografía del autor:
Walter Riso is a psychologist, specializing in cognitive therapy and bioethics. For over 28 years he has worked as a therapist, practicing alternately as a university chair while contributing with scientific publications and psychological disclosures. He is a professor of cognitive therapy in different psychological schools in Latin America and Spain, and is the honorary president of the Columbian Association of Cognitive Therapy. His previous works include El camino de los sabios, La afectividad masculina, and Amores altamente peligrosos.
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Descripción Editorial Oceano de Mexico, 2017. Mass Market Paperback. Condición: New. Never used!. Nº de ref. del artículo: P11607735810X