Adultery by Paulo Coelho

By Paulo Coelho

Linda is familiar with she's lucky.

Yet each morning whilst she opens her eyes to a so-called new day, she appears like ultimate them again.

Her associates suggest medication.

But Linda desires to think extra, now not less.

And so she embarks on an event as unforeseen because it is bold, and which reawakens a facet of her that she - good spouse, loving mom, formidable journalist - suggestion had disappeared.

Even she cannot expect what's going to occur next...

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No sex, no great romantic affair to bring a little sunshine into the gray Geneva afternoon. He just wants a support group, the kind of thing alcoholics and drug addicts have. I get up. I look him straight in the eye and say that I’m actually very happy, and that he should go to a psychiatrist. His wife can’t control everything in his life. Besides, medical confidentiality would guarantee that no one would find out. I have a friend who was cured by taking pills. Does he want to spend the rest of his life haunted by the specter of depression just to be reelected?

I look at the car. It’s an Audi—one of Geneva’s nicknames is, after all, Audiland. It looks perfect, but he shows me one or two places where it isn’t as shiny as it should be. I draw out the conversation and end up asking what he thinks people are looking for in life. “Oh, that’s easy enough. Being able to pay their bills. Buying a house like yours or mine. Having a garden full of trees. Having your children or grandchildren over for Sunday lunch. ” Is that what people want from life? Is it really?

So that’s it. No sex, no great romantic affair to bring a little sunshine into the gray Geneva afternoon. He just wants a support group, the kind of thing alcoholics and drug addicts have. I get up. I look him straight in the eye and say that I’m actually very happy, and that he should go to a psychiatrist. His wife can’t control everything in his life. Besides, medical confidentiality would guarantee that no one would find out. I have a friend who was cured by taking pills. Does he want to spend the rest of his life haunted by the specter of depression just to be reelected?

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