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One of the worst psychological ills that exist is emotional attachment. This type of dependency not only causes suffering and infidelity, but it also creates an obstacle to personal growth. Walter Riso demonstrates that attaching oneself to a person, object, activity, or sentiment in an obsessive or irrational way impedes obtaining a full and happy life. These pages invite us to leave behind what we do not need, that which imprisons and ties down our development, reducing the capacity we have to decide and act. Detaching oneself does not mean renouncing passions or goals, or demonstrating indifference to others. Contrarily, it deals with assuming a free existence, without encrypting individual wellbeing or the meaning of life in a specific aspect of reality.
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Walter Riso is a psychologist, specializing in cognitive therapy and bioethics. For over 28 years he has worked as a therapist, practicing alternately as a university chair while contributing with scientific publications and psychological disclosures. He is a professor of cognitive therapy in different psychological schools in Latin America and Spain, and is the honorary president of the Columbian Association of Cognitive Therapy. His previous works include El camino de los sabios, La afectividad masculina, and Amores altamente peligrosos.
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