God Father, I Don´t Believe in You Anymore

In this autobiographical testimony, Amparo Espinosa Rugarcia expresses her concern and rebelliousness towards traditional religious teachings concerning Yahweh. More
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About Amparo Espinosa Rugarcía

Amparo Espinosa Rugarcía currently heads the Center for Women’s Studies and Documentation (Spanish initials DEMAC, www.demac.org.mx). Its prime objective to stimulate the written expression of Mexican and Latin American women through DEMAC Awards For Women Who Dare to Tell Their Story® and to publish and present the best biography and autobiography. Amparo is also President of the Espinosa Rugarcía Foundation, member of the Board of the Espinosa Yglesias Research Center and an avid entrepreneur and business woman. Doctorate in Human Development by the Ibero-American University and doctorate in Psychoanalysis by the Mexican Institute of Psychoanalysis. Her extensive fields of study include theology, research on moral development on children, divorce and the search of authenticity in middle-aged women. Some of her publications include There Was Once My Family (1980), Words of a Woman (1990), Survival Guide for Women (1992), Mountain Carvers (1998), The Last Call to Heroism (1999), Shikoku. A Pilgrimage from Maturity to Old Age (2002). She lives in Mexico but has lived in the United Kingdom and Germany where she learned English and German. She is a very proud mother of one daughter and two sons and very happy grandmother of two granddaughters and three grandchildren.


Amparo Espinosa Rugarcía fundó y dirige Documentación y Estudios de Mujeres, A.C. y la empresa Promecasa. Es presidenta de la Fundación Espinosa Rugarcía y miembro del Comité Directivo del Centro de Estudios Espinosa Yglesias. Tiene una maestría y doctorado en Desarrollo Humano por la Universidad Iberoamericana, donde también ha tomado cursos de teología, y es doctora en Psicoanálisis por el Instituto Mexicano de Psicoanálisis, A.C. Ha realizado investigaciones sobre el desarrollo moral en niños y sobre el divorcio y la búsqueda de autenticidad en mujeres de mediana edad. Entre sus publicaciones: Había un vez mi familia (1980), Palabras de mujer (1990), Manual de supervivencia para la mujer (1992), Talladoras de montaña (1998), Última llamada al heroísmo (1999), Shikoku. Peregrinaje de la madurez a la vejez (2002). Tiene una hija, dos hijos, tres nietas y dos nietos.

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