The Seven Jewels of Codependency
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We can help you learn to appreciate your talents, give you tools for improving your life, and nurture your confidence to pursue zestful living. The Seven Jewels of Codependency is a clear, practical, and uplifting guide to discovering the potential in your codependency. This book recognizes that there is strength in codependency, not just weakness.
Robert F. Willard, Ph.D., and Michael Gibertini, Ph.D., are clinical psychologists with extensive experience in personality assessment and psychotherapy.
. Willard, Ph.D., and Michael Gibertini, Ph.D., are clinical psychologists with extensive experience in personality assessment and psychotherapy. About the Author Robert F
"Freedom at last" according to J. Morgan. Here I am in my mid fifties and I've just learned about who I am and why I do things. This book has been a great help in teaching me why. It's simple to read, but has so much to say. I've bought a few extras for my siblings and my adult children. We are all touched by the codependent personalities. I have learned to love the right way and sometimes that means letting go. Take the time to read this if you are an "enabler." You will be pleasantly surprised that you can turn all those traits into something wonderful for you and for your family. Take a. Uplifting Guide Christel Meissner Anyone believing that codependency is a burden should read this uplifting guide. The authors' patience and support for showing that the same personality traits that are used in hurtful behavior are the ones that can be transformed into beneficial ones shine throughout the book. Step by step they lead through the process of transforming "thorns" into "jewels".One of my major "thorns" was to feel guilty and ashamed at not performing as I "should" and was thus a victim of outer circumstances and influences. I let my feelings be controlled by others. T. Patricia Stephens, Ph.D. said Results demonstrated from using this Jewel. As a psychotherapist I find this book a real jewel for recognizing and overcoming habits that no longer serve us. Drs Willard and Gibertini, uniquely in this litrature, recognize the strenghts of co-dependent traits and build change plans targeted on precisely what really doesn't work in our lives now. My clients also have found great benefit in the accompanying journal so behaviors can be better identified, thus moving from idea to action now.