EL PORTERO DEL PROSTIBULO JORGE BUCAY PDF

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Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. This is a great book. My all time favorite book, after Crime and Punishment from Dostoyevsky.

More just a nice evening read to keep you company and comfort you after a long day. 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. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers.

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But it touches upon so many things only briefly. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Perhaps the chapter that interested me most is about the different types of therapy, because I feel that I have done all three: Thanks for telling us about the problem. I found this book almost therapeutic.

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Books like this poryero you feel like you were sleeping, and suddenly woke up to something you already knew but didn’t know how to approach. He divides his attention between attending therapeutic teaching conferences, which have taken him around the world, and the writing of his books, which he considers therapeutic tools.

He tells storys, he never told me directly what to do. Paperbackpages. 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.

While following Demian’s story of personal development and self-discovery I almost felt as if Jorge was also my therapist. Open Preview See a Problem? He started working at the age of thirteen. Jorge Bucay, ingeniously, uses his characters, Damien and himself as conduits for this.

Sep 20, Prostigulo junkie rated it really liked it.

Jorge Bucay is an Argentinian gestalt psychotherapist, psychodramatist, and writer. Every chapter is basically a story that the psychotherapist is telling to his patient Damien and every story has a hidden meaning.

This book was painful to read. To fly you have to begin taking risks. It’s a must reread, but first it goes to my dad becouse he is very like Jorge in the book. It made me smile quite a lot of times.

Oh, my aching head If I ever need therapy for some porrero of reason, Jorge Bucay is the man where I would go to, even without being diagnosed to need treatment. Historias que a todos nos pueden servir para entendernos mejor a nosotros mismos, nuestras relaciones y nuestros miedos.

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This book is a crownjewel with a lot of poretro hidden between the lines even without the stories. Lists with This Book. View all 3 comments. Refresh and try again.

He was born in a modest family. He currently defines his job as professional helper. May 17, panela rated it really liked it.

It made me emotional quite a lot of times. Jan 26, Jc Melgar rated it it was amazing Shelves: Like a self help book written for middle schoolers, and badly written at that.

Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Tales Along the Road to Portwro original title: It probably helps if you relate to Demian the protagonist.

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I want to download free PDF version? There are a lot of great stories inside, there are some mediocre ones, but all things considered, a great book that’s easy to read. Really does have some good insights and advices. Despite its title, it is not a shortcut to happiness.