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Ms Lancer’s book shines a light on the path towards freeing ourselves from the dark places in our minds and all those self-defeating behaviors that trip us up and lead us back into the labyrinth of shame.
Tears are streaming down my face because I can’t thank the author enough for this “gift” she has given me – validation for everything I have been feeling all my 38 years of life.This is likely to be the best money you have ever spent. The explanation of the shame piece was a real epiphany!I’ve been on a path of recovery for the past 20 years but this book has the missing information that I have been looking for. At last a book about being truly human August 11, 2015, By Anonymous I have found that since reading this book that it has finally cast a spotlight on the quagmire of my deepest beliefs about myself and how I can truly start to honor myself and challenge these crippling beliefs. I feel armed to really Have the knowledge and tools to start to live my life from a much more healthier place.Shame and codependency feed off one another, making us feel stuck, never able to let go, move on, and become the true self we were meant to be., Darlene Lancer sheds new light on shame: how codependents’ feelings and beliefs about shame affect their identity, their behavior, and how shame can corrode relationships, destroying trust and love.You will learn: The definitive book on codependency June 29, 2016, By Sal Amazing book. This is a must-read for anyone who wants to make their relationships stronger, deeper, more intimate, more fun, and last longer.
The best book on Codependency I have read, and I have read them all.
The majority of the book is devoted to healing and lays out a clear plan for recovery with exercises, practical advice, and helpful daily reminders to help you know, honor, protect, and express yourself.
It clarifies deep psychological dynamics that underlie codependency, yet is written in a conversational style that’s easily understandable by everyone.
I feel validated and understood and overwhelmingly relieved to learn that I’m not crazy after all.
That there is rhyme and reason to the dark labyrinth of my mind.
A nationally recognized author and codependency expert examines the roots of shame and its connection with codependent relationships.