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Melody Beattie, the bestselling author of Codependent No More and Beyond Codependency , has now created Hazelden's first meditation book for codependents. Here are reflections that nurture spiritual and emotional health, serenity, and recovery. Focusing on self-esteem and acceptance, and written in the direct, unsentimental style of Beattie's bestsellers, these daily meditations give voice to the thoughts and feelings common to men and women in recovery. They encourage fruitful reflection on problem-solving, self-awareness, sexuality, intimacy, detachment, attachment, acceptance, feelings, relationships, spirituality, and more.
Offering hope and inspiration, tempered with the clear-eyed perspective of one who has been there and back, the author empowers readers to affirm who they are--their beliefs, thoughts, instincts, feelings--and, ultimately, their ability to change. These meditations are tools designed to help recovering codependents realize the goal Beattie defines as "stopping the pain and gaining control of your life"
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I find her insight very helpful in ways that can be applied to daily life.
Have bought this book for many ladies over the years I have read it daily since getting it for a gift in 1990 love sharing it .
Each daily may not be exactly what's needed that day but you can find one that will help you renew your own strength and heal.
I bought this to replace an old copy that is falling apart. The content of the book is WONDERFUL. However, I was VERY DISAPPOINTED in the PAPER QUALITY in the new book. Read morePublished 18 hours ago by Mandy Muffin
I had trouble staying focus. It took me forever to finish the book. I can not see were it help me to let go.Published 4 days ago by Brenda J. Myers
I really enjoyed this series! They've been a huge success for me! They helped me to get back on my feet and find my voice again. I now have a stable foundation. Read morePublished 4 days ago by J. Bloomer
I like this devotional a lot. It does sometimes use too much 12-step language, but I don't mind that with this one.Published 12 days ago by Jennifer L. Stein
Great book if you are looking for daily affirmations and are in recoveryPublished 12 days ago by Willard