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By Norma Pantojas

La consejera de familia Norma Pantojas revela estrategias para lidiar con los errores más comunes que cometen los hombres y las mujeres.

Este libro nos presenta los errores más comunes que cometen los hombres y las mujeres en sus relaciones mostrándonos como ejemplo diferentes casos reales atendidos en consejería. Ofrece herramientas para que pueda identificarlos y superarlos.   Hombres y mujeres pueden complementarse y ser felices si descubren los conflictos ocultos que hay en sus vidas  y que son los que les impulsan a actuar sin conciencia.  Poniendo en práctica las estrategias que se ofrecen en este libro lograran hacer renacer y florecer su relación.

¡Todo hombre puede renacer y toda mujer puede florecer con el toque amoroso de Dios en su corazón!


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Moreover, this follows from Collins’s (2004) interaction-ritual theory, which emphasizes the interaction’s function as a ritual of mutual ratification. individuation oF the other Where status differences are large, a better normative goal for intergroup interactions than either increased liking or self-esteem (and perhaps a sine qua non for those) may be the individuation of the other (Fiske and Neuberg 1990). By individuation, I refer to the extent to which each partner experiences the other as more than the sum of representations and typifications associated with her or his social category, relying on cognitive processes that are more controlled and less automatic than when interaction is highly stereotyped.

HelP, assistance, or cooPeration Erickson’s (1976) criterion for a successful encounter was encouragement and special help from the dominant to the dependent partner in the exchange. Such concrete behavioral outcome measures are useful for two reasons. First (to continue with the college-counseling example), they constitute a higher standard of commitment, in that the superior actor actually provides something of value (help in accessing competitive rewards) and takes some risk (for example, that the student he helped gain access to a limited-enrollment class may perform poorly).

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