Pensar bien, sentirse bien

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Editorial Norma, 2004 - Self-Help - 202 pages
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A cognitive psychologist offers information on how an individual's thoughts affect emotions and behavior, and suggests ways to compensate for errors in thinking and achieve a better quality of life.
 

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Excelente libro acerca del poder de la mente sobre la manera en que actuamos y nos sentimos.

Contents

PROLOGO
13
Parte I
20
Economía cognitiva o la ley del mínimo esfuerzo
33
Las profecías autorrealizadas
43
Tres casos de economía cognoscitiva
54
Ver lo que es
62
Pesimismo crónico
67
Personalización
81
Sabiduría más que erudición
109
ética más que moral
117
Aprender a perder
128
Acerca del perdón
136
Anexo I
149
Reordenar la experiencia alrededor de una creencia
155
Anexo II
171
Detención del pensamiento y distracción
188

Pensamiento repetitivo o rumiador
87
Ser más que tener la austeridad interior
102

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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 and the realization of clinical practice and scientific publications and psychological disclosure. He is a professor of cognitive therapy in different psychological facilities in Latin America and Spain, and is the honorary president of the Columbian Association of Cognitive Therapy.

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