CODEPENDENCY REVISITED: Developing Strong Boundaries and Self-Care in your Relationships, Parenting and Worklife
You are tired of pretending everything is okay in your relationships. You’ve become a pro at hiding your pain. Like a shaken champagne bottle, you are one step away from exploding. People around you do not know that you have lowered your own expectations on life. Your giving and serving has not been appreciated for years. Small—talk from friends and family is nothing more than noise to you. Your workmates have hijacked and claimed your best ideas as their own. The smirk on your face does little in sending a message of displeasure or disgust to the phonies in your life. A straitjacket is where you’ll end up if your expression ever came out. Your soul has finally gone to where its safe; in a closet of silence. The term, “neighbor” describes the lover in your life. Even Santa could not deliver your wish of a simple, “Thank You” Christmas card from somebody out there. Your dating cycles are just that; breakups and hookups, nothing more…
If this describes how you feel, you are not crazy or sick. You are a Codependent.
Codependency Revisited is, therefore, written to equip you with strategies on how to create and sustain strong physical, emotional, and spiritual boundaries in relationships; learn how to set limits on your: giving, loving and caring for others, and; The art of maintaining relationships without being clingy or needy. You’ll finally resolve your when, where and how to say no to emotional manipulation, controlling personalities, sadistic attachments, and the addiction to dysfunctional relationships. This book will equip you on how to re-train and reframe your mind and behavior to deflecting negative self—talk, toxic trauma from your childhood and past relationships, shame, guilt, perfectionism, and the need to control others by giving.
Finally conquer codependency by eliminating anxieties, stress, and depression.