This work is born a bit seriously and a bit by joke and it tends to considerate the couple by a different perspective in spite of the previous ones about love, in which the discussion mainly verged on the sentimental aspects. This book deals with the problem of betrayal ant the way to overcome it simply through some theories and practical examples of stories of betrayals. More
This work is born a bit seriously and a bit by joke and it tends to considerate the couple by a different perspective in spite of the previous ones about love, in which the discussion mainly verged on the sentimental aspects. This book, in a sense, is also linked to another of some years ago, in which I was referring to ourselves, to the life of the couple and to all that we can’t understand of ourselves, maybe because it’s not sufficiently analyzed in solitude, and comes remarkably back in the form of destiny, often shattering couple’s life and plunging ourselves in different and misleading situations that are indispensable to reach certain aspects of the Self, that plead, call, that represent that scream of the Lambs, wisely described in some cinematographic interpretation. Betrayal has got in itself some enlightening aspects, sometimes dramatic. I will give an articulated overview of all the times we say “no” in order to go ahead, of all other times we turn our back, often suffering, in order to start off new journeys or of all the times we left alone because betrayed. The choice of such a topic is born because in it is present a trace of an hidden life, of what sometimes we couldn’t express and that is disguised in ourselves in different forms, so that only a careful analysis can fully explain it. Betrayal can be studied from different point of views: often the more natural and complex part, that leads us to think, is that one inherent to the sexual field or to the betrayal of the couple that is the greatest focus of this book. Betrayal is strictly linked with possession, with the initiation, with the discovery of new dimensions and also, obviously, with jealousy. It would seem that when we betray, as a matter of fact, we transfer ourselves to some new parts of our Self, in contrast with the common opinion, that is to give oneself to the other, that in this perspective takes on a catalyzer role. When the other embodies new and mysterious parts of the self, that are for this reason embodied, here it comes the addiction and the bond.
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