About group dynamics and the disintegration of social basic elements of our society a call for civil courage. The topic of bullying is unfortunately increasingly topicality in the daily coexistence. This problem apparently not only on the professional range is also limited, but in the private sphere as well. This experience caused Ilia Faye, to publish a book about it. No non-fiction, rather a kind of diary. A story about two years of Association life, about a topic with which almost everyone sometime, confronted with which the reader can identify. Abraham Maslow can aid you in your search for knowledge. It all started so beautifully: A sports club, a community of over years to a large family of leisure has grown together. Fun, entertainment, joint ventures, joint successes.
An idyll, as everyone craves, club life, as it may not be beautiful but what happens when commitment and success have not recognition, but jealousy and malice to the result? What happens if members use the Club as arena, private personality deficits to compensate? What, if still aggrieved man honor Moreover? What, if it no longer comes to leisure and sports, but only to power? A book about sense and nonsense of semi-formal, origin and truth of the word charitable ‘, as well as tasks and abuse any board posts ‘ in the Club. Exciting and analytically Ilia Faye portrays beginning and excesses of an incomprehensible form of group dynamics in a supposedly civilized, democratic society. Conclusion: Witch hunt that is there yet. Exciting representation of initially completely normal club life, as it has ever met anyone. Freizeitliches together, which is artificially disturbed but increasingly by intrigues and power games and more and more charged up the escalation: Club Meierei pur.
An issue that affects many entertaining in words. Because of the authenticity and the life style of the author, the reader of this exciting social criticism in the portrayal feels put into it and will be stimulated to critical thinking. For more information and excerpts are available at available. Ilia Faye “Club dairy and other smut”, paperback, 242 pages, ISBN: 978-3-939935-26-1 appeared in the Heimdall-Verlag, Rheine.