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Excellent !!! If you feel you are co dependent ... This book I will answer. Any questions.,
Codependent No More is a very helpful tool that stands the test of time. The issues are the same even though the book was written more than twenty years ago.
I found myself in many of the stories, the tools and suggestions and activities are very helpful to personalize the ideas presented in the book.
I listened to the book on Audible so I ended up buying a print copy too so I can journal through and highlight key points.
I am thankful for the vulnerability of the author as she shared her struggles with hope of helping others.
This is a must read for my huge family who by the very nature of ten kids raised by a single mom became codependent.
This is a must read for the wife of a busy husband, the angry husband, the alcoholic brother, the addicted coworker, the friend who keeps her at arms length.
I can't think of a person who would not benefit from this easy to read and apply book.
I only wish I had read it as a teenager...but I was much older than that when it was written.
I read this book at a crossroad in my relationship with my partner. He is a recovering addict and has had some relapses and bumps as is expected on recovery. He had recently had a big bump and I, usually strong and supportive, lost my footing and didn't know why or how to regain it. I learned so much about myself and my patterns in all of my relationships. I came to realize my part in his addiction, and how to heal myself, and in turn, help him.
this is the first audio book that I had to force myself to listen to until the end. Her message has many examples that brought back some memories of my alcoholic father and a mother that continue to this day function as a codependent.