Codependency is Not Your Friend by Sloane Carter
from codependency once and for all, and start living your life again.
A book about codependency that gets straight to
the point and solves the problem.
will have gained after reading this book:
You’ll know exactly what codependency is
and be able to identify it in different situations.
You’ll have tested yourself to find out
whether you are codependent or not.
You’ll know actual real world steps that you
can take to recover from codependency.
You’ll know how to get back to being you,
after you have recovered from codependency.
You’ll know how to stay recovered once
you have overcome codependency.
You’ll have created your own codependency recovery notebook which
you can use as a reference and aid that will remind you of the things which you
gain the following, which will help you to achieve results at a faster rate
You’ll know how to discover the real truth,
deep down, behind your current situation that is possibly causing codependency
You’ll be able to get angry. You have every
right to. This sucks. You can then use this anger as the fuel you need
in order to make a real change.
You’ll be able to identify whether you are
experiencing partial codependency, which is often a lot trickier than
full blown codependency.
If codependency is affecting other areas of
your life, you’ll be able to pick up on it and solve problems that you
hadn’t initially thought of as being caused by codependency.
You’ll be able to stop acting codependently
when meeting someone for the first time.
You’ll know how to act a lot bolder in
order to make the recovery from codependency a lot easier.
You’ll know which of the “good” aspects of
codependency are worth keeping.
You’ll be ready to implement what you have
learned the next time you find yourself starting a new relationship.
You’ll be ready to make the lifelong
dedication required to stay recovered from codependency.
If you do relapse, you’ll be able to skip all
the drama and surprise and just move on to getting back to recovering
This book provides a well thought out blueprint
for recovery that considers a number of different layers of complexity.
Whether you buy this book or not, I wish you every
bit of success as you embark on your recovery journey.
Good luck! You got this!
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