"I love only me" is a collective book that hosts experiences of different women. It tells the painful, complex, intricate and often also pathological relationship between a woman and a lota man, or a narcissistic, anaffective and manipulative man.
Edited by Ramona Parenzan e Marina Sorina, this project that has found the collaboration of many other authors, wants to convey a very strong and clear message that is to be on guard, to learn to recognize the numerous masks with which men-narcissi cover themselves in order to be able to amalgamate, and know how to defend before it's late.
It can be said that this book is the mantra of women who have made it to escape from the distortions that sick love reserves.
But it is also the silent invocation of those women who still have to free themselves from this emotional trap; those women who suffer; those women who are mortified; those women who do not feel enough while being more than they should, who remain even when the only acceptable choice would be to leave.
Conjunction element of all the stories that animate this "therapeutic" anthology that breaks words and images, a useful behavioral guide for women but also for some intemperate male, is the multiplicity marked by interculture, and the sense of travel that does not always represent a return, indeed sometimes it becomes salvific precisely because it is in itself a dismissal. Women who love each other often keep silent and yet know how to talk; they can speak of love, of shared life, of intimate time, of strength and fragility together, of colors and depictions, of lights and shadows.
The women who love each other are the ones who suddenly, one day like many others, but who make the difference, interrupt the silence of solitude and repeat themselves in a loud voice that the rebirth is finally real, and that the only thing worthwhile saying, grateful and decisive, is: I who love only me.
Among the authors of this collection of stories, we find two of our fellow villagers who are particularly interested in this theme.
Amazona Hajdaraj who lives in Italy from the '92 and winner of the Turin Film Festival special prize of the Xth National Language Competition April Mother 2015, adheres to this project with her story "La Rosa Bianca". A painful story, raw, but also full of strength. This white rose, candid, beautiful and suffering next to the borage that absorbs its lifeblood with such intrusiveness and ugliness. A delicate rose, but also stubborn, which finally finds its way to bloom and enjoy the rays of sun.
With an equally strong story, he also collaborates on the project Migena Proi. Albanian of origin, naturalized Italian, also Migena is the winner of two national literary competitions - denominated "Write elsewhere" and "Native language"- with autobiographical stories. In this collection he participates with "Anjeza". An equally overwhelming story that speaks of psychological violence, veiled, disguised; a violence often underestimated, but wicked and harmful as the physical one.
Two different stories, but similar in suffering, strength and message.
From women for women "I love only me", an anthology of a group of strong and amusing women who narrate painful experiences, but who also indicate the way to get out of it, to live fully their freedom, their life.
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