By Marie-France Hirigoyen
L. a. manipulation fait partie de los angeles vie, ce qui fait l. a. différence, c'est l'intentionnalité. Mais remark repérer les premiers signes d'un abus de faiblesse ? Personnes âgées, enfants, adultes en état de sujétion psychologique : où begin l'influence normale et saine, où begin los angeles manipulation ? En se fondant sur son expérience clinique, Marie-France Hirigoyen interroge los angeles idea de consentement et les dérives des comportements. Une quête aussi précise qu'inspirée, qui révèle que le statut de victime n'est pas irréversible.
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A further effect of interrupting this habitual focus on negative thinking patterns is a movement towards a fresh ``mode of mind''. This opens the potential for us to relate to experience in a radically different way thus allowing new learning and perspectives to emerge. , 2002). This shift of ``mind mode'' enables participants to relate to existing experience from a different perspectiveÐa ``different place''. This new way of seeing experience involves recognising that our experience is not necessarily what creates our identity.
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Abus de faiblesse et autres manipulations by Marie-France Hirigoyen