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eBook Codependent No More
How to Stop Controlling Others and Start Caring for Yourself
Dr. Drew Pinsky called Codependent No More the "grandaddy of addiction tomes." This international best-seller on codependency by Melody Beattie is as powerful today as it was when first published in 1986.
eBook Beyond Codependency
And Getting Better All the Time
From internationally best-selling author Melody Beattie, Beyond Codependency is for those struggling to master the art of self-care and learning how to live their lives.
eBook The Language of Letting Go
Daily Meditations on Codependency
In this favorite daily meditation book, Melody Beattie integrates her own life experiences and fundamental recovery reflections especially for those of us who struggle with the issue of codependency.
eBook Conquering Shame and Codependency
8 Steps to Freeing the True You
Learn how to heal from the destructive hold of shame and codependency by implementing eight steps that will empower the real you and lead to healthier relationships/
eBook Tending Dandelions
Honest Meditations for Mothers with Addicted Children
In the shadows of our child's struggles with addiction, we find ourselves tending to a life for which we weren't prepared. Yet that place also holds great opportunity for personal growth. These meditations provide encouragement and understanding for those who are realizing that recovery rarely follows a neat or comfortable path. Along the way, we plant beautiful roses only to be injured by their…
eBook Take Good Care
Finding Your Joy in Compassionate Caregiving
In Take Good Care, author Cynthia Orange brings together compelling testimonies from a wide range of caregivers, advice from leading experts in the field, and her own hard-won wisdom to capture the subtle differences between caretaking and caregiving
Softcover, 220 pp.
eBook Earn It
What to Do When Your Kid Needs an Entitlement Intervention
Entitlement is often confused with the word affluenza, a term used to describe the spoiledness of the very rich. But entitlement occurs across all income groups. It's a state of mind, the concept that "I deserve, even without putting in an effort." This attitude begins at home, but often our society helps reinforce it. Think of the so-called participant trophies given to all kids…