Y por suerte me abandonó: Reflexiones de un hombre felizmente divorciado

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 “Se fue. Me abandonó. Con dos hijos. Me dejó hecho trizas.

Dolor. Desengaño. Y más dolor aún. Sentimiento de culpa. Ninguna explicación.

Toqué fondo.

Salí adelante.

Por mí.

Por mis hijos.

Por instinto de supervivencia.

Ahora veo la luz.

Para que sepáis que hay “otra vida” tras el abandono.

Felizmente desparejado.

Hay muchos hombres y mujeres como nosotros”.

“Mis momentos de soledad y reflexión me han hecho recapacitar y dar otro valor a las cosas que son importantes en mi vida...” 

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 Jordi Vives nació en Barcelona el 3 de Julio de 1963. Tras estudiar Derecho, cursó un Master en Asesoría Fiscal y Tributaria. Trabaja desde hace veintinueve años como asesor fiscal. Su reciente experiencia como padre divorciado le ha motivado a la escritura de este libro en el que se reflexiona sobre temas esenciales para el ser humano: la autoestima, la felicidad, el amor, la paternidad, etcétera, desde el punto de vista de una persona que ha recorrido un camino de superación.

En determinados momentos se apoya tanto en sus propias experiencias y vivencias (en las que muchos padres/madres divorciados/as se verán identificados/as) como en una serie de pequeñas historias y relatos que refuerzan –a modo de anécdota– sus propias reflexiones.

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