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eBook The Maria Paradox ePub

by Carmen Inoa Vasquez,Rosa Maria Gil

  • ISBN: 0399141723
  • Category: Self-Esteem
  • Subcategory: Self-Help
  • Author: Carmen Inoa Vasquez,Rosa Maria Gil
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Putnam Adult (August 8, 1996)
  • ePub book: 1296 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1241 kb
  • Other: doc lit azw rtf
  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 734

Description

Carmen Inoa Vazquez is a noted authority on Latin American mental health and bicultural lifestyles. She is the author of three books: Parenting with Pride Latino Style, The Maria Paradox (with Dr. Rosa Maria Gil), and Grief Therapy with Latinos (with Dr. Dinelia Rosa). Vazquez has also published numerous chapters and articles in professional journals focusing on gender issues and mental health, and she lectures internationally in the areas of training, supervision, assessments, neuropsychology, health psychology, developmental psychology, and cross-cultural psychology.

Learn about Author Central. Rosa Maria Gil (Author), Carmen Inoa Vasquez (Author). This is an old but classic book regarding the treatment approach for Latina clients in therapeutic settings. Clinicians of all backgrounds should take time to read and digest. Not only is it good in the process of understanding Latina clients but it has worked well with the constructs carried over by Italian, Portuguese and clients from other countries.

The Maria Paradox - Rosa Maria Gil. References. This book can be an important source of help for you if: you’re automatically assailed by guilt and frustration and are generally feeling lousy about yourself when you put your own needs ahead of your loved ones’.

by Rosa Maria Gill (Author), Carmen Inoa Vasquez (Author). From Publishers Weekly. Case histories drawn from their private practices enliven a unique self-help guide for Hispanic women and the men who love them.

See if your friends have read any of Carmen Inoa Vázquez's books. La Paradoja De María by. Rosa María Gil, Carmen Inoa Vázquez. Carmen Inoa Vázquez’s Followers. None yet. Carmen Inoa Vázquez. Carmen Inoa Vázquez’s books.

Read "The Maria Paradox How Latinas Can Merge Old World Traditions with New World Self-Esteem" by Rosa Maria .

In a lively, anecdotal manner, the authors show how to balance old-world values with contemporary North. Filled with real-life success stories and wise, compassionate advice, The Maria Paradox details how any Latina can enjoy the best of both worlds and become her own person at last.

Destination, rates & speeds. 3. The Maria Paradox. Rosa Maria Gil; Carmen Inoa Vasquez. Published by Putnam Adult (1996). ISBN 10: 0399141723 ISBN 13: 9780399141720.

Filled with real-life success stories and wise, compassionate advice, The Maria Paradox details how any Latina can enjoy the best of both worlds and become her own person at last. Give a Bookmate subscription →. About Bookmate.

They also discuss use of the term by academicians such as Sally E. Romero, Julia M. Ramos-McKay, Lillian Comas-Diaz, and Luis Romero. Evelyn Stevens' work. In her essay, Stevens defines Marianismo as "the cult of male spiritual superiority, which teaches that men are semidevine, morally superior to and spiritually stronger than women.

by Rosa María Gil and Carmen Inoa Vázquez.

Explains how Hispanic women can integrate Latin cultural traditions with a North American way of life to balance career and family demands, find help with emotional problems, stand up for one's feelings and rights, and enhance self-esteem. Simultaneous.

Comments

Qusicam Qusicam
This book is a great depiction of the struggles Latinas go through in modern times.
LadyShlak LadyShlak
This is an old but classic book regarding the treatment approach for Latina clients in therapeutic settings. Clinicians of all backgrounds should take time to read and digest. Not only is it good in the process of understanding Latina clients but it has worked well with the constructs carried over by Italian, Portuguese and clients from other countries. It is recommended to have a Spanish speaking or a bicultural person nearby in order to discuss some of the words and concepts in italics.

Got at least 5 used books as gifts for my colleagues!
Grillador Grillador
arrived in good condition.
stories are very useful for the subject matter.
Keth Keth
As a Latina woman, who is doing research on the transmission of gender-role expectations, this book is a must have! Really happy with the purchased!
DireRaven DireRaven
I came across this book in my therapist's office. I wanted my own copy and found it hard to find online. I got it from Housing Works through Amazon and it was a great deal for an organization that does great work. I used to live in NYC and popped into Housing Works anytime I had a chance. It's great to find them online also.
Lanin Lanin
The best ever!!!
Binar Binar
I expected a scholarly book, but I got a book made for a middle schooler
I am first generation Mexican American and I had been struggling with a lot of the very same issues that the book talks about. It has explained many things to me about the Latino culture that I could not before put into words. It has helped me so very much to first of all, know that I am not alone and am not crazy, and secondly, that there are ways to deal with this conflict of having two cultures in a healthy more productive manner rather than simply becoming enchilada. My friends and I have had very very very lengthy discussions about the subjects of having two cultures, dealing with our moms who were born and raised in the Old World Traditions, experienced suffering and humiliation for not being traditional and particularly the difficulty of finding the 'ideal' man versus getting the 'real' man. This book has put words to my old feelings and I am eternally grateful. It is, by far, one of the most enlightening and soul saving books I have ever read - and I read A LOT!