El Hermano Prodigo (Prodigal Brother, The)
Having a wayward member in your family affects the whole family, especially if you are the one who never left. Sue thompson shares her personal story of battles, shame and hope. She recognizes that the anger from childhood that is...
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Having a wayward member in your family affects the whole family, especially if you are the one who never left. Sue thompson shares her personal story of battles, shame and hope. She recognizes that the anger from childhood that is not dealt with carries into adulthood. This book offers ways to heal the hurt of feeling like you were not first in regard to the affection and attention of your parents. It also talks about forgiving your rebellious brothers and sisters.
Tener un prodigo afecta a las familias de un modo profundo... en especial si usted es el hermano que no se descarrio. Sue Thompson comparte su propia historia conmovedora de lucha, pena y esperanza en El hermano prodigo. Reconociendo como el enojo no resuelto del pasado puede seguirnos hasta la adultez, Thompson ofrece maneras de curar el dolor de sentirse en segundo lugar con relacion al afecto y la atencion de los padres. Ella tambien escribe con sensibilidad acerca de perdonar a un hermano o hermana voluntarioso, sin justificar la conducta. Cualquiera que haya sido el buen chico en la familia, encontrara respuestas, entendimiento, y el conocimiento necesario para descargar el bagaje emocional de crecer con el prodigo de la familia. Book jacket.
SUE THOMPSON is a director of Avenue Consulting Ltd and has extensive experience in the caring professions as a nurse, care manager, social worker and learning facilitator.She is an accredited social work practice teacher. NEIL THOMPSON is an independent consultant, trainer and author of many books. He was formerly Professor of Applied Social Studies at Staffordshire University, UK, and has also served as a Visiting Professor at the University of Liverpool and North East Wales Institute (University of Wales).