Having a Healthy Relationship with Fatigue
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Day after day, a great quantity of information flies among us who live in a modern society. It is no longer possible for one to not know fatigue.
“This fatigue, how does one lose it…”
“Why doesn’t that person get tired?”
This kind of “fatigue” tends to be understood as a “negative thing.”
However, this so-called “fatigue,” along with “pain” and “fever,” is a bodily alarm. Truly it’s a valuable SOS sign.
In this book, the author teaches with the perspective that “fatigue” is by no means a bad thing, and how to gently approach “fatigue” and properly deal with the exhaustion of mind and body.
After studying Japanese culture at Sapienza University of Rome, Pamela went to Japan for the first time in 2015 as an exchange student to study Japanese language at Ochanomizu University. After graduating, she studied Japanese cinema at Leiden University Graduate School in the Netherlands, hence moving back to Japan to conduct research on Japanese neorealist film at Sophia University. While writing her master thesis, she worked at the Embassy of Japan in the Vatican City. After graduating, she went to Japan a third time to study sociology and film at Keio University with an Italian government scholarship. Pamela currently works at CrossMedia Group, where she is in charge of foreign copyrights and the international department.
|Released Date||Jul 2021|
|Total Page Number||272 pages|
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|Category||Craft and Hobbies/Art/Cook Book|