Author Melody Beattie's Codependent No More spent an astonishing three years on the New York Times best seller list and made codependent a household word. In this thoughtful sequel, she offers further helpful advice for making permanent, positive lifestyle changes.
Alcoholism, drug abuse, and similar destructive practices can render families dysfunctional. When the children of these families become adults, they sometimes develop self-defeating survival tactics, such as low self-esteem or an obsession with controlling another person's behavior. To help those stuck in codependent cycles identify and eliminate such troubling issues from their relationships, Beattie shares wisdom gained from years of experience. Beyond Codependency is a sensitive and supportive audiobook that encourages listeners to adopt a practical approach when confronting their own unhealthy and unproductive behaviors. As she did with the original, narrator Christina Moore lends her reassuring voice to this important book.
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"[An] encouraging sequel to Beattie's groundbreaking book on the dynamics of codependency." (Publishers Weekly)
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"more parameters to cover!"
Melody and Christina! thank you both! awesome job! I like how Melody brought in many examples and scenarios and even included the kids in our codependent lives. I like how she says we need relationships. I will work on it. I had figured i was done, but I won't know if I am healed if I don't try! and Christina, you are perfect for narrating Melody's work. much love for you 2! xoxo
"Thank You, Namiste"
I absolutely loved it! The entire experience was a sensation of feeling as if The Divine was holding mw and letting me know, He's Got Me.
if you're looking for a book to show you what recovery looks like this is it
"my gosh someone please shut this woman up"
I have almost gotten into three car accidents because of this womans boring voice I cannot stand it what a waste of a book credit
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