El legado de una infancia tóxica es fácil de reconocer pero difícil de interiorizar y superar. Nuestros padres dejan semillas emocionales en nosotros. En algunas familias, éstas son de respeto, amor e independencia, pero en otras, son de miedo, culpa y autocastigo. Si te identificas con el segundo grupo, necesitas entender el legado nocivo de tus padres y comprometerte a cambiar los pensamientos dañinos que te marcaron, dejar ir las emociones negativas que rigen tu vida y reconocer que, mientras no te liberes de las enredaderas de tu infancia, vivirás un ciclo autodestructivo. Todos los padres emocionalmente sanos se equivocan; el problema es cuando lo hacen intencionalmente y de manera repetitiva. Es general que pierdan el regulate por momentos o que tengan ciertas conductas abusivas con los hijos; sin embargo, lo que los convierte en tóxicos es el patrón de daño constante. Los hijos de padres tóxicos tienden a relacionar el amor con sufrimiento, a caer en relaciones de dependencia, a vivir con culpa y, más importante aún, a repetir los patrones destructivos que sufrieron en su niñez. Recuerda que no eres culpable de lo que viviste en l. a. infancia pero sí eres responsable de tu adultez. Este libro es el primer paso para tener una vida plena, romper los patrones perjudiciales que viviste y criar una familia sana.
By Sarah Dening
Consulted by means of hundreds of thousands, the I Ching is among the oldest and most generally used divination structures ever devised. when you consider that precedent days it has supplied its readers with perception into their very own lives and counsel for the longer term. All too usually, notwithstanding, the to be had translations have blurred the elemental message of the I Ching's hexagrams and obscured their relevance.
Utilizing the data received from a long time of utilizing the I Ching in her perform, psychotherapist Sarah Dening offers, with this translation, a invaluable source not just for aid with life's awesome passages yet whatever that are meant to be consulted day-by-day as one may a relied on good friend. Dening info the right way to use and skim the I Ching's hexagrams and offers perception on easy methods to relate the traditional knowledge of the I Ching's hexagrams to the pains and tribulations of daily glossy lifestyles. The daily I Ching fills the long-standing want for a transparent, centred rendering of the I Ching-one which makes its undying knowledge available to everyone.
By Tim Shorrock
operating secret agent networks abroad. monitoring down terrorists within the center East. Interrogating enemy prisoners. examining info from secret agent satellites and intercepted cell calls. All of those are important intelligence projects that normally were played by means of executive officers liable to Congress and the yankee humans. yet that's not the case.
beginning through the Clinton management, whilst intelligence budgets have been minimize tremendously and privatization of presidency prone turned nationwide coverage, and increasing dramatically within the wake of 9-11, while the CIA and different organizations have been frantically seeking to rent analysts and linguists, the Intelligence group has been depending an increasing number of on agencies to accomplish delicate projects heretofore thought of to be solely the paintings of federal staff. This outsourcing of intelligence actions is now a $50 billion-a-year enterprise that consumes as much as 70 percentage of the U.S. intelligence finances. And it is a enterprise that the govt has attempted demanding to maintain less than wraps.
Drawing on interviews with key gamers within the Intelligence-Industrial complicated, contractors' annual reviews and public filings with the govt, and on-the-spot reporting from intelligence meetings and investor briefings, Spies for Hire presents the 1st behind-the-scenes examine this new manner of spying. Shorrock indicates how agencies comparable to Booz Allen Hamilton, Lockheed Martin, SAIC, CACI foreign, and IBM became complete companions with the CIA, the nationwide protection corporation, and the Pentagon of their such a lot delicate overseas and family operations. He explores how this partnership has resulted in wasteful spending and threatens to erode the privateness protections and congressional oversight so very important to American democracy.
Shorrock exposes the categories of secret agent paintings the non-public zone is doing, akin to interrogating prisoners in Iraq, dealing with covert operations, and participating with the nationwide safety organisation to snoop on americans' in another country telephone calls and e-mails. And he casts mild on a "shadow Intelligence group" made from former best intelligence officers who're now hired by way of businesses that do that undercover agent paintings, corresponding to former CIA administrators George guiding principle and James Woolsey. Shorrock additionally strains the increase of Michael McConnell from his days as head of the NSA to being a most sensible govt at Booz Allen Hamilton to returning to executive because the nation's leader spymaster.
From CIA covert activities to NSA eavesdropping, from Abu Ghraib to Guantánamo, from the Pentagon's techno-driven conflict in Iraq to the arriving international battles over details dominance and regulate of our on-line world, contractors are doing all of it. Spies for Hire is going at the back of contemporary headlines to focus on how deepest agencies are assisting the expansion of a brand new and scary nationwide surveillance state.
By Pierre-Kashadile Bukasa-Muteba
By Jessica Clark
By Michel Wieviorka
Peut-on en finir avec l'argent roi ? Des spécialistes de différentes disciplines (économie, sociologie, ...) font le point.
By Oran B. Hesterman
Longtime strong meals pioneer Oran Hesterman is familiar with that we will not repair the damaged procedure just by altering what is on our personal plates: the reply lies past the kitchen. In Fair Food he stocks an inspiring and sensible imaginative and prescient for altering not just what we consume, yet how nutrition is grown, packaged, brought, advertised, and offered. He introduces humans and enterprises around the kingdom who're already doing this paintings in a couple of artistic methods, and gives a wealth of sensible details for readers who are looking to get extra involved.
By Christina Henry de Tessan
In brilliant aspect, those writers proportion how the realities of existence in a foreign country fit as much as the expat delusion. One girl negotiates the tough courtesies of Serbia, discovering lives limned via harshness and an insurmountable spirit. one other is tutored on English manners by way of an eclectic bunch from Liverpool: "The cardinal sin in the United States is to be insincere, while the cardinal sin in England is to be boring." For a few, their new domestic activates them to reconnect or confront misplaced elements of themselves: One lady rediscovers her Judaismin Japan; one other writer's Western outlook is challenged by way of Javanese mysticism. Many proportion their very own naïve error and personal confessions: a Thanksgiving dinner that does not translate in Paris, a surprising craving for undesirable Hollywood motion pictures. And all notice that what it capacity to be "American" is redefined, back and again.
Expat faucets into the bewilderment, the fun and surprises of existence abroad, the place the demanding situations usually take unforeseen varieties and the hindrances conquer are the entire extra positive. that includes an awesome diversity of views, locations and conditions, this assortment deals a stunning portrait of expatriate life.
By Gerry Hassan
In this available e-book, Hassan demanding situations the myths that outline sleek Scotland and its position within the uk. He forensically examines the shortcomings of Scottish society - from the 'missing Scotland' of citizens disconnected from public existence to the collusion of Labour and SNP on so much concerns bar independence. He argues that Scotland has the capability to develop into a contemporary, innovative, democratic nation - aided by means of the inventive energies and passions unleashed by means of the independence question.
By Douglas E. Schoen
Top political insider Douglas E. Schoen dissects the mess ups of recent politics and unveils the practical-minded, citizen-powered suggestions that might revive American democracy
One of America's greatest political pollsters, Douglas E. Schoen, exhibits how the electoral procedure should be mended in order that it once more serves and conjures up the yank people—no topic their get together.
In The Political Fix, Schoen lays out provocative but hugely possible solutions—from thoroughly unmoderated debates to a rotating fundamental schedule—that will compel politicians to be aware of voters instead of to big pursuits. to make sure justice for all, he demands elimination the legal professional common from the cupboard and growing joint chiefs of employees for the Justice division. He issues to techniques at the kingdom and native level—from Alaska, the place the country checkbook is published on the net, to long island urban, the place citizens can name a unmarried toll-free quantity to entry executive providers. And he argues that the obsession with capping the effect of huge donors has strangled real reform—and the answer's to get more cash into politics, via a tax credits for small donors.
Schoen presents a rallying cry and an motion plan for the hundreds of thousands of usa citizens hungry for long-lasting political change.