A week after Rafael Santandreu announced his incorporation to the morning program The Hour of the 1, TVE sources have denied this information to the specialized portal Bluper (The Spanish).
“I am super happy because from Monday I will be in Madrid, on TVE, doing a psychology section,” the expert announced through his social networks. However, it has not been like that: Santandreu has not appeared in the space of La 1, just as he himself had promised.
“Neither is nor is expected on RTVE”, have declared from the public entity to the aforementioned medium, so the news that Santandreu gave (which remains on their Instagram and Facebook profiles) it has turned out to be false.
The truth is that the announcement of the supposed participation of Santandreu in the morning caused a barrage of criticism on social networks, as there are those who do not agree with the controversial statements that the professional has come to say in some of his interviews.
An example of this is the stir that his opinion on depression caused in 2018. “Depression, for example, you cause yourself with your internal dialogue, even if you don’t realize it. It costs a lot to get depressed: only if you try hard will you achieve it, “he valued in an interview with El mundo.
Public television giving a section to Rafael Santandreu, guru of positive psychology who says that depression is caused by you. All right pic.twitter.com/sUfU3jN3Ks
– Pedro Gullón Tosio (@pgullon) August 6, 2021
According to the psychologist, who has treated well-known faces in our country, such as Paz Padilla or Pilar Rubio, “getting depressed or stressed is very difficult (…) when you learn to change it, splat, it just disappears and you’re great again. “
“Hitler was a person to whom we have to have completely unconditional acceptance and throw love at him.” Now, Rafael Santandreu will collect from everyone’s money as a TVE collaborator to release atrocities like this one. A shame.pic.twitter.com/2AT7cbwi9v
– Rubén Sánchez (@RubenSanchezTW) August 7, 2021
Another controversial comment by the positivist psychologist has as its protagonist the Nazi dictator Adolf Hitler, of whom he assured in an interview with TVE that “he was a person to whom we have to have unconditional acceptance and throw love at him. Granted, that person was crazy, but deep down, his potential was wonderful. “