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The Language of Letting Go

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Publisher Comments:

Millions of individuals have recovered from codependency through the guidance of this perennial bestseller. The Language of Letting Go, written by the author of Codependency No More and Beyond Codependency, reflects on the core issues of codependency and encourages listeners to trust themselves on their journey to self-care. Beattie fills each meditation with personal warmth and insight, allowing people to continue creating healthy relationships and recover from their grapple with codependency.

Synopsis:

A noted author on co-dependency offers a program for approaching each day as an opportunity for growth, based on the Twelve Step philosophy. Listeners are give the chance to relax with imagery exercises to help deal with internal issues such as self-esteem, denial, acceptance, powerlessness, and spirituality. Unabridged.

Synopsis:

This modern classic of recovery and self-help offers strength, inspiration, guidance, and wisdom in daily meditations based on the Twelve Step philosophy. Whether listeners relax with a single imagery exercise or recharge with an hour's journey to a quiet place within, they will find help with core issues such as denial, acceptance, self-esteem, powerlessness, and spirituality.

About the Author

Beattie was a struggling single parent of two children and freelance author and journalist cranking out stories for a small-town daily newspaper in 1986 when she came up with a book idea. She wanted to write a book about what happens to people when they love someone who is addicted to alcohol and other drugs. Twenty publishers turned down Beattie's book proposal. Hazelden, however, a treatment center and recovery publisher based in Minnesota, saw a need for the book. The publisher understood how families of alcoholics suffer and believed Beattie's book idea would help people. Beattie marched to the welfare department, asked for enough financial help to make it through the three months it would take her to write the book, then locked herself in a basement office and cranked out Codependent No More. Codependent No More has now sold over 4 million copies. Beattie has since written nine more books, five for major publishing houses. She relocated from Minnesota to California, and she has long-since paid back the welfare department. Beattie has appeared in the pages of Newsweek and People and has been a regular guest on Geraldo and Oprah.

Product Details

ISBN:
9781597773256
Publisher:
Phoenix Audio
Subject:
Meditation
Read by:
de Cuir, Gabrielle
Read:
de Cuir, Gabrielle
Author:
Beattie, Melody
Subject:
Codependency
Subject:
Self Help-Codependency and Love Addiction
Edition Description:
Unabridged
Publication Date:
20091031
Binding:
Compact Disc
Language:
English
Dimensions:
5.78x5.22x1.54 in. .68 lbs.
Media Run Time:
720

Related Subjects

Health and Self-Help » Self-Help » Codependency and Love Addiction
Health and Self-Help » Self-Help » Meditations

The Language of Letting Go
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Product details pages Phoenix Audio - English 9781597773256 Reviews:
"Synopsis" by , A noted author on co-dependency offers a program for approaching each day as an opportunity for growth, based on the Twelve Step philosophy. Listeners are give the chance to relax with imagery exercises to help deal with internal issues such as self-esteem, denial, acceptance, powerlessness, and spirituality. Unabridged.
"Synopsis" by , This modern classic of recovery and self-help offers strength, inspiration, guidance, and wisdom in daily meditations based on the Twelve Step philosophy. Whether listeners relax with a single imagery exercise or recharge with an hour's journey to a quiet place within, they will find help with core issues such as denial, acceptance, self-esteem, powerlessness, and spirituality.
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