Flávio Gikovate criou esta obra para educadores comprometidos com a responsabilidade de ajudar crianças e jovens a se tornarem cidadãos felizes e. A arte de educar – Ebook written by Flávio Gikovate. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline. A Arte de Educar. A educação é um tema importante e urgente. Gikovate criou esta obra para educadores comprometidos com a.

Author: Mezitaur Kagalabar
Country: Bahrain
Language: English (Spanish)
Genre: Sex
Published (Last): 6 March 2014
Pages: 367
PDF File Size: 17.93 Mb
ePub File Size: 4.94 Mb
ISBN: 651-4-29007-269-4
Downloads: 54010
Price: Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]
Uploader: Bamuro

There might be some jealousy, but almost no envy, since friends are usually people with similar sociocultural backgrounds. Share your thoughts with other customers. Discover Prime Book Box for Kids.

On Being Alone…

I believe it is due to the fact that the term is employed for multiple meanings that can unleash different emotions according to the manner in which each person understands it. Friends can be apart for a long while, but when they meet, it seems like no time has passed! It becomes a sort of a game: Withoutabox Submit to Film Festivals.

On the contrary, I have observed that an incomplete emotional development — which is the result of igkovate reaching the individualistic level, usually engenders morally dubious conduct in many people. Read more Read less. For decades I have tried to unveil what lies beyond good and evil.

Partnership is the keyword these days.

Srte is not a virtue because its exercise perpetuates the selfish ways of its beneficiaries. ComiXology Thousands of Digital Comics. People are beginning to understand that they even if they feel like a fraction of a person, they are whole — just like their partner, who is not a knight in shining armor or a savior, but a travel companion.



Loving someone like that shows a disregard to our sense of self-preservation. It might be reasonable to assume that about half of humankind has a predominantly good day-to-day deportment: These people are often rude, demanding and always seem to be unhappy, as if they are owed something more. We can define individualism as the capacity to exercise our individuality.

The first half of people I mentioned are just as caring at home, away from the eyes of others. For decades I have been declaring that selfishness will only disappear when generosity ceases to exist.

In solitude, people are able to realize that harmony and peace can only be found in themselves. There exists an interdependence in which the more powerful — because the less immature — is the generous or masochistic person.

It is irresponsible, naive and a huge sign of emotional atre — or a sign that suffering is seen as gratifying.

Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime. I reaffirm my conviction that individualism corresponds to the achievement of emotional maturity, an indispensable condition for the establishment of high quality affective relationships afte also for the emergence of effective moral advancement among us.

In a friendship, respect for differences prevails, establishing mutual trust.


Trust in Each Other is Essential to a Mature Relationship

For that reason it does not cause the reinforcement of selfishness, since intimate exchanges are inexistent. At last, to be able to trust, a person must be trustworthy. Withoutabox Submit to Film Festivals.

Even the most intimate confidences can be shared without fear gijovate betrayal. Of course, we all change our views over the years.

Trust in Each Other is Essential to a Mature Relationship | Dr. Flávio Gikovate

Yes, because it is probable that one of the reasons for which it took us so long to reach this stage that may be called emotional birth is due to the difficulty in accepting our condition of unique and solitary beings. Write a customer review. ComiXology Thousands of Digital Comics. Although unmitigated good and evil are uncommon, there are huge gjkovate between people who are predominantly good and those who are predominantly educad.

With tenacity and persistence I have sought a manner of being that is truly moral, contrary to this pattern that confers virtue to generosity when it really obliges the existence of a corresponding number of selfish people.