ISBN: 9788572550635

A Love Story… with a happy ending

Autor(es): Flávio Gikovate

Technological advances and changes in society have led to the growth of individuality and the impoverishment of conventional love – which nonetheless prevails in the collective imagination as an ideal. This slow transformation, according to Flávio Gikovate, is excellent news. He believes that adults today have two options, both of which are much better than the possessive conventional relationships of old: to live alone, establishing more superficial emotional and physical connections; or to develop relationships based on what he calls +love, which respects individuality and can create ties capable of lasting a lifetime. In this work, Gikovate explains how to take the second path – definitely more difficult, but far more rewarding.


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ISBN 9788572550635
REF: 50063
Edição 1
Ano 2009
Nº de Páginas 152
Peso 0,23 kg
Formato 14 × 21 cm

Flávio Gikovate

Flávio Gikovate

Flávio Gikovate foi um médico psiquiatra formado pela USP em 1966. Trabalhava com psicoterapia breve, tendo atendido mais de nove mil pacientes. Foi conferencista e autor consagrado, com várias obras publicadas – inclusive no exterior –, que somam mais de um milhão de livros vendidos. Faleceu em 2016.

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