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Loving The Self Affirmations: Breaking The Cycles of Codependent Unconscious Belief Systems Paperback – February 6, 2013
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When a friend suggested I get my hands on this book, I jumped at the chance. After just reading the first page, I understood that if I applied these daily affirmations to what I was learning about being an adult child of an alcoholic, my life would change. This book is more like a tool. It is so much more than a self-help book. It is more like a handbook or a guide book. It is direct, clear and holds no punches. It helps you unwind the thought or the belief that created the negative patterns, so you can look at them, pull them apart, and actually re-wire your brain.
Loving The Self Affirmations-Breaking The Cycles of Unconscious Belief Systems helped me open my eyes as well as my mind from so many different angles. I struggle with codependency and low self esteem. My low self worth comes from family problems I dealt with as a child. I never realized that what I went through as a child had an affect on my adult relationships. I am in recovery now and use books as a tool to help me stay on course. This affirmation book is one I treasure. I take it with me everywhere. It keeps me focused especially when I feel like I am becoming stressed.
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I've done short affirmations for a number of years. Short phrases that I can say over and over in my head or out loud. But it is nice having something to mull over a little more deeply. It's sort of like having the explanation for "I am good enough"