JoeyPinkney.com Exclusive Interview
5 Minutes, 5 Questions With…
Paloma Corredor, author of La gestión del yo
(Editorial Círculo rojo)
This is a story of love and self-help.
Three women: Alicia, Violeta and Diana. A man, Jorge. One goal: the pursuit of happiness in these times of obsession with “me”.
It all begins when Alicia, as the heroine created by Lewis Carroll, dives into the bewildering and attractive world of workshops and books about personal growth. A world ruled by the law of attraction, which says that “the secret” to get anything is to desire it ardently, and that the only obstacle in the way is the ego, with its limitations and requirements.
Alicia, tired of her boring life, wants to find happiness within and love without expecting anything in return, as does Violeta. The problem is that both women choose the same man, Jorge. The same one that Diana left years ago to choose a conventional marriage.
But things get complicated when the liberal Violeta tries to seduce Alicia.
Is happiness really a state of mind that does not depend on others?
If true love is unconditional, would you accept that the man you love also loves other women?
Those are the dilemmas faced by Alicia…
Joey Pinkney: Where did you get the inspiration to write La gestión del yo ?
Paloma Corredor: Here and there. I find inspiration everywhere when I’m writing!
In this case, I was working as a personal growth journalist at that time, and I always ended up listening to the same message: “True love is unconditional. Continue reading 5 Minutes, 5 Questions With… Paloma Corredor, author of La gestión del yo