Conquering Shame and Codependency: 8 Steps to Freeing the True You

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Product Details

Price
$15.95  $14.83
Publisher
Hazelden Publishing & Educational Services
Publish Date
Pages
227
Dimensions
5.3 X 0.7 X 8.3 inches | 0.7 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781616495336
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About the Author

Darlene Lancer is a licensed marriage and family therapist with over 25 years of experience working with individuals and couples. She regularly gives seminars on self-esteem, relationships, codependency, and addiction. Author of Codependency for Dummies, How to Speak Your Mind: Become Assertive and Set Limits, and 10 Steps to Self-Esteem, she has also published numerous articles as well as her own website, whatiscodependency.com. Darlene lives in Santa Monica, California

Reviews


."..If you begin to work through Lancer's exercises on your own, you will likely gain self-knowledge. Think of the book as a launch point for eventually getting closer to your authentic self, rather than an immediate solution, and it may just help you with some codependency issues."
-Megan Riddle, "PsychCentral.com"

"It would be a shame not to give this book a try."
-Danielle Stewart, "Afterpartychat.com"

"I picked this book up so I could better understand codependency and the association of shame. In that, Lancer's book fulfilled my need for knowledge. I was impressed with Lancer's breadth of understanding, the self-examination exercises throughout, and the information being shared within these pages."
-Nina Longfield, "luxuryreading.com"

"This book is definitely a worthy read as well as eye-opening in how shame toys and plays with us."
-"Svetlana's Reads and Views", Svetla-randomblog.blogspot.com

"I will keep this book with the rest of my resources that I found invaluable. In fact, I recommend this book to pretty much everyone."
-"Literally Jen, " literallyjen.com

"CONQUERING SHAME AND CODEPENDENCY just might be a great companion to keep on your shelf."
-"Patricia's Wisdom", patriciaswisdom.com

"Teachers, family therapists, and school counselors will find this a good reference in identifying factors and solutions for those they may be concerned with assisting; and for anyone who has experienced the negative effects shame can produce, this book are recommended reading."
-"My Bookshelf", shirley-mybookshelf.blogspot.com

"An eye-opener and a good food for thought read."
-"Bookish Ardour", bookishadour.com

"I recommend this book if you are going through a trying time and are looking for answers."
--Robyn Baldwin, robynbaldwin.com


."..If you begin to work through Lancer's exercises on your own, you will likely gain self-knowledge. Think of the book as a launch point for eventually getting closer to your authentic self, rather than an immediate solution, and it may just help you with some codependency issues."
--Megan Riddle, "PsychCentral.com"

"It would be a shame not to give this book a try."
--Danielle Stewart, "Afterpartychat.com"

"I picked this book up so I could better understand codependency and the association of shame. In that, Lancer's book fulfilled my need for knowledge. I was impressed with Lancer's breadth of understanding, the self-examination exercises throughout, and the information being shared within these pages."
--Nina Longfield, "luxuryreading.com"

"This book is definitely a worthy read as well as eye-opening in how shame toys and plays with us."
--"Svetlana's Reads and Views", Svetla-randomblog.blogspot.com

"I will keep this book with the rest of my resources that I found invaluable. In fact, I recommend this book to pretty much everyone."
--"Literally Jen, " literallyjen.com

""Conquering Shame and Codependency" just might be a great companion to keep on your shelf."
--"Patricia's Wisdom", patriciaswisdom.com

"Teachers, family therapists, and school counselors will find this a good reference in identifying factors and solutions for those they may be concerned with assisting; and for anyone who has experienced the negative effects shame can produce, this book are recommended reading."
--"My Bookshelf", shirley-mybookshelf.blogspot.com

"An eye-opener and a good food for thought read."
--"Bookish Ardour", bookishadour.com

"I recommend this book if you are going through a trying time and are looking for answers."
--Robyn Baldwin, robynbaldwin.com
..".If you begin to work through Lancer's exercises on your own, you will likely gain self-knowledge. Think of the book as a launch point for eventually getting closer to your authentic self, rather than an immediate solution, and it may just help you with some codependency issues."
--Megan Riddle, "PsychCentral.com"
"It would be a shame not to give this book a try."
--Danielle Stewart, "Afterpartychat.com"
"I picked this book up so I could better understand codependency and the association of shame. In that, Lancer's book fulfilled my need for knowledge. I was impressed with Lancer's breadth of understanding, the self-examination exercises throughout, and the information being shared within these pages."
--Nina Longfield, "luxuryreading.com"
"This book is definitely a worthy read as well as eye-opening in how shame toys and plays with us."
--"Svetlana's Reads and Views," Svetla-randomblog.blogspot.com
"I will keep this book with the rest of my resources that I found invaluable. In fact, I recommend this book to pretty much everyone."
--"Literally Jen, " literallyjen.com
""Conquering Shame and Codependency" just might be a great companion to keep on your shelf."
--"Patricia's Wisdom," patriciaswisdom.com
"Teachers, family therapists, and school counselors will find this a good reference in identifying factors and solutions for those they may be concerned with assisting; and for anyone who has experienced the negative effects shame can produce, this book are recommended reading."
--"My Bookshelf," shirley-mybookshelf.blogspot.com
"An eye-opener and a good food for thought read."
--"Bookish Ardour," bookishadour.com
"I recommend this book if you are going through a trying time and are looking for answers."
--Robyn Baldwin, robynbaldwin.com
If you begin to work through Lancer s exercises on your own, you will likely gain self-knowledge. Think of the book as a launch point for eventually getting closer to your authentic self, rather than an immediate solution, and it may just help you with some codependency issues.
--Megan Riddle, PsychCentral.com
It would be a shame not to give this book a try.
--Danielle Stewart, Afterpartychat.com
I picked this book up so I could better understand codependency and the association of shame. In that, Lancer s book fulfilled my need for knowledge. I was impressed with Lancer s breadth of understanding, the self-examination exercises throughout, and the information being shared within these pages.
--Nina Longfield, luxuryreading.com
This book is definitely a worthy read as well as eye-opening in how shame toys and plays with us.
--Svetlana s Reads and Views, Svetla-randomblog.blogspot.com
I will keep this book with the rest of my resources that I found invaluable. In fact, I recommend this book to pretty much everyone.
--Literally Jen, literallyjen.com
Conquering Shame and Codependency just might be a great companion to keep on your shelf.
--Patricia s Wisdom, patriciaswisdom.com
Teachers, family therapists, and school counselors will find this a good reference in identifying factors and solutions for those they may be concerned with assisting; and for anyone who has experienced the negative effects shame can produce, this book are recommended reading.
--My Bookshelf, shirley-mybookshelf.blogspot.com
An eye-opener and a good food for thought read.
--Bookish Ardour, bookishadour.com
"I recommend this book if you are going through a trying time and are looking for answers."
--Robyn Baldwin, robynbaldwin.com"