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20 Things I’ve Learned from My Patients A Psychiatrist’s Pearls of Wisdom to Help You Thrive 20 cosas que he aprendido de mis pacientes Consejos de una psiquiatra English-Spanish Inglés-español - cover

20 Things I’ve Learned from My Patients A Psychiatrist’s Pearls of Wisdom to Help You Thrive 20 cosas que he aprendido de mis pacientes Consejos de una psiquiatra English-Spanish Inglés-español

Olga Núñez Miret

Publisher: Olga Núñez Miret

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Bilingual edition (English-Spanish). Edición bilingüe (inglés-español). 
Over the years that I have worked as a psychiatrist, writer, and blogger, I’ve collected common-sense advice and thoughts that I have passed on and shared with many (patients, friends, and readers). As people don’t have much time to read and enjoy images and quotes, I decided to publish twenty of the things I have learned over the years, illustrating each one of them with a picture and a quote. And as I know many people who want to improve their Spanish but don’t dare to take on a long book, I decided to publish it as a bilingual edition, English-Spanish. I don’t claim to have found the meaning of life, but I hope you enjoy this little book. 
Durante mis años como psiquiatra, escritora y bloguera, he acumulado consejos y reflexiones de sentido común que he compartido con mucha gente, incluyendo pacientes, amigos y lectores. Como sé que la gente no tiene mucho tiempo para leer hoy en día, y les gusta compartir imágenes y citas, decidí publicar veinte de las cosas que he aprendido durante mi carrera, ilustrando cada una de ellas con una imagen y una cita. Conozco a muchas personas que quieren mejorar su inglés pero no se atreven a enfrentarse a un libro largo, así que decidí publicarlo en versión bilingüe, en inglés y español. No pretendo haber descubierto el sentido de la vida, pero espero que disfrutéis de este librito. 

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