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عشقت را به فنا نده (LOVE UNFU*KED)،(انگلیسی)،(تک زبانه)

وضعیت: موجود
امتیاز:
ناشر
قطع

رقعی

نوع جلد

شمیز

تعداد صفحات

110

شابک

9782000981138

نوبت چاپ

1

سال چاپ

1400

وزن

110

کد محصول

111820

قیمت پشت جلد

450000


مشخصات تکمیلی :

(ابراز وجود،موفقیت،مکالمه با خود،تک زبانه:انگلیسی،از پرفروش های نیویورک تایمز)

تاریخ ورود محصول: 1400/12/17

قیمت برای شما: 450000ریال

توضیحات

کتاب عشقت را به فنا نده (LOVE UNFU*KED)، اثری است ازGray john bishop به چاپ انتشارات ٣۶٠ درجه.

گری جان بیشاپ نویسنده ی کتاب های پرفروشی همچون “خودت را به فنا نده” و “گند زدن بس است” در این کتاب به کمک افرادی می شتابد که به تازگی می خواهند یک رابطه ی متعهدانه را قبول کنند و یا در رابطه ای بی در و پیکر و نیم بند به سر می برند.

کتاب پیش رو از راهکارهای پوچ و بی اثر و نصیحت های بی مورد خالی است، بلکه فقط گفتگویی است درست و واقعی برای کسانی که می خواهند به درستی برای آغاز رابطه آماده شوند و یا از فریب و خرابکاری های رابطه و عشق خلاص شوند.

این کتاب به زبان انگلیسی ارائه شده اما ترجمه ی فارسی آن نیز در سایت موجود است.

گزیده ای از کتاب

When we are living by feelings, not truths, or by vague understandings, not vows, all too often our relationship devolves into persistent occasions of disagreement fueled by the desire to be right about this thing or that. It’s not the items that you’re disagreeing about that is the problem, even though it sometimes desperately seems like it is. It’s that you’re both dug in about them

Those promises that guided you in your calmest, most reasonable moments don’t have the same power in times of stress or upset or apathy. Consider the idea that you’re cashing it all in for the emotional charge, the rush of domination, of being the one who has the high ground. The power

And again, it doesn’t matter how you do it. You could be the loud one, the argumentative one, or the one sitting in quiet resentment. Almost simultaneously enjoying your time of self-righteousness while somewhere, in the back of your mind, knowing this shit just does not work. Let those moments in right now. Get present to that familiar feeling and your default way of handling your relationship whenever you’re pressed

Often, when the relationship starts to become an everyday drain on your aliveness, even if it’s for a series of things that are minor or temporary, we say fuck it. I’m out of here, sometimes literally, sometimes physically, sometimes emotionally or mentally but, the result is the same. We’re no longer in it the way we used to be. In the escapism of your mind, maybe you’ll find someone better. Someone who cares, a better fit, the real deal, the “one.” How many people are currently drifting along in their current relationship with their mind perpetually drifting off in search of the next one? Dun no, but I bet it’s a fucking lot

You’ve heard the phrase “one foot in, one foot out”? For some of you, the reality is that both feet are in, but your behavior is coming from the idea that you’re not fully in this. You have to deal with your relationship everyday of your life, the life that you’ve made with this other person, but somewhere in the crevices of your mind you’re holding back-in one minute, out the next, playing the game, taking yourself out of it, on and on, same old shit occasionally interrupted by a half-decent night of sex or entertainment or a family tragedy that temporarily wakes you up or some influx of “feel good” news like a promotion or an unexpected windfall to bring you temporary closer together, but all of that just papers over the deep and unsatisfying cracks produced by your unworkable approach to being related to another

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