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Robert Laffont
EAN : 9782221254745
Shaping : BROCHE
Pages : 368
Size : 135 x 215 mm
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Necessary Betrayals

Collection : Fabrice Midal présente
Release date : 18/11/2021
How to destroy the cultural obligation of loyalty in order to better define yourself and rebuild yourself in order to better take care of yourself and others.
 
Loyalty is so valued in our Judeo-Christian culture that it has become an implicit moral obligation. However, betrayal is a way to claim independence and a process of individuation—both essential qualities for our mental well-being.
What if betrayal could be good for us and those close to us? The author explores...
Loyalty is so valued in our Judeo-Christian culture that it has become an implicit moral obligation. However, betrayal is a way to claim independence and a process of individuation—both essential qualities for our mental well-being.
What if betrayal could be good for us and those close to us? The author explores the concept of ethical betrayal and invites us to free ourselves from our obsolete ideas about betrayal.
In fact, betrayal can be useful for taking care of ourselves and others, as the following questions seek to answer:
How might betrayal actually be virtuous by allowing us to remain faithful to ourselves?
How can we find our place within our marriage or partnership, our families, and our friends?
How can we free ourselves from unconscious notions commonly held among our various close circles?Nicole Prieur offers a way to reconsider the notion of betrayal in our lives, in order to better take care of ourselves and others. She gives readers keys to help free themselves from toxic relationships in which they feel trapped due to feelings of obligation.
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EAN : 9782221254745
Shaping : BROCHE
Pages : 368
Size : 135 x 215 mm
Robert Laffont