Couple therapy for lovers

Two married adults (not one another) who find themselves united by an uncontrollable passion and a coriacyum love, particularly resistant to weather. Viviana is sexy, vital and intriguing, and has a remarkable talent for released speeches. She and she fought between staying lover and thus relieving marriage unhappiness or smashing her life to invest in another. Modesto is less chic, decidedly more blunt and hastily in the formulation of the concepts, but very skilled in the self-solution. He shoots himself inappropriately to viculate, and also makes himself laughing. Moderately cowardly, he would aspire to the indefinite continuation of double life rather than a second marriage, since he is already like he does not like it. And in the cruciality of the dilemma that Viviana drags modesto from the analyst, looking for a possibility of salvation for their relationship by now exasperated by conflicts and continuous lacerations. The doctor is displaced in facing a unofficial couple, free from matrimonial and family constraints, which has nothing to lose beyond one's love. He will accept the assignment for this reason, finding himself in the midst of a dramatic and ridiculous skirmish together, and risking losing professional lucidity. Tender and cynical, divagant, true, capable of using lightness as a contounding weapon, couple therapy for lovers is an immersion in the complications of feelings, in conflicts that we continually open for fear (which we all know for having proved it at least once) To rely on love and send him to change his life.

  • Author: Diego De Silva
  • Format: Paperback. 13.5 x 21.3 cm
  • Pages: 274
  • Publisher: Einaudi
  • Necklace: corals
  • Year: 2015

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