Who has more or who has fewer problems with their parents? The problem is almost universal. And, in a quick manner, we can all come to a mutual agreement in a series of situations, that all, or nearly all of us fall into in our family relationships: the moment of emancipation, the arrival of couples to the family, our vital committed decisions... and from that point, it is easy to think that the family, on its own, is a fatal invention. Is it necessary to abolish it? In “SOS, Children on the Attack!,” the authors share the most common situations for family stress, and they offer us a more casual and less dramatized analysis that allows us to laugh at our own family dramas, and, above all, offers us a few simple guidelines that will help us manage our family relationships with more happiness and, of course, with a lot more peace.
|Publisher:||Ediciones Corona Borealis|
|Product dimensions:||5.90(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.40(d)|
About the Author
Juan Gonzalez Martínez (Barcelona, 1979) is a doctor of linguistics and has a degree in anthropology, and works as a professor at Rovira and Virgili University in Tarragona, teaching subjects related to the binomial family and education, as with communicative skills. In their first literary adventure together, they address the necessary questions of family relationships, and I this case, from the child’s perspective, not of the adult. Alejandra Ruiz Nova (Castellón, 1973) has a degree in psychology and has worked as an educational psychologist in different public facilities in Aragon, Cataluña and in the Valenciana community, and because of this, one of her fundamental jobs has been having direct contact with both the adolescents, as well as their families.