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  • ISBN13:9786073136396
  • ISBN10:6073136390
  • Publisher:Debate
  • Language:Spanish
  • Author:Arnoldo Kraus
  • Binding:Paperback
  • Sub Genre:Self-Management
  • SUPC: SDL088972891


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En este libro, el reconocido medico Arnoldo Kraus desmenuza el dolor en sus diversas manifestaciones y explica como desde su optica se puede redefinir la existencia y afrontar la muerte.
Arnoldo Kraus nos entrega un ensayo luminoso cuyo hilo conductor es el dolor y el aprendizaje vital que deriva de sus multiples experiencias. Saberse -ulnerable y adentrarse en la nada son atributos de lo que el autor llama la -escuela del dolor-. Aunque no existe propiamente una escuela del dolor, -pensar el mundo a partir del cuerpo lastimado, cavilar en el llanto de la tierra y vincular ambos eventos con los sucesos de los otros, dice el autor, son pilares de esa hipotetica pero necesaria escuela-. Que podemos aprender del dolor? Como construir una nueva vida a partir de sus lecciones?

In When One Hurts, We All Hurt, Arnoldo Kraus speaks constantly about the need that pain sufferers have for that ray of hope on the horizon, that comforting feeling: to feel heard, even touched.
With a prologue by Francisco Gonzalez Crussi
"In the clinic, the most frequently used word is pain; transferring that load to someone else and accepting that it has found a safe harbor allows afflicted people to rest, to know that their pains and fears were understood, and they often start feeling better without medication and without the need for exams and X-rays
As if giving a reminder to those who seem to have forgotten it, Dr. Arnoldo Kraus mentions in this book that a physician s first duty is to alleviate suffering; that pain is not a benefit but a burden that weighs on the patient, making him sicker than he would be without it.
The fact that pain might be, from a philosophical point of view, inexpressible or beyond words, says the author, doesn t mean that words don t play a decisive part in alleviating it. The deep truth of the pain might be indescribable, but the insightful Dr. Arnoldo Kraus has on his side the experience that leads him to write conscientiously on this topic.

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