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Codependence and the Power of Detachment
Karen Casey
Conari Press | Mango Publishing / Softcover / Feb 2022
9781642504453 (ISBN-10: 1642504459)
Recovery / Adult Children of Alcoholics
price: $24.95 (may be subject to change)
224 pages
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From bestselling self-help author Karen Casey, Codependence and the Power of Detachment shows that detachment is a power anyone can claim. It is the power of sanity, of peace, of finding one's own inner strength.
Find Boundaries and Peace from Codependent Behaviors

"This book is bound to become a codependence classic. It should be required reading for all who seek to create healthy, balanced relationships." -Claudia Black, PhD.

Free yourself from codependency and reclaim your sanity, peace, and inner strength with this codependency book by Karen Casey, the bestselling author of Each Day a New Beginning .

Learn how to value your own opinion over those of others. Codependency books are perfect for those of us who live as if what other people think matters more than what we think. This thinking leads to constantly trying to please or even to change others. Codependent behaviors can have negative effects on us and those around us, even leading to a dysfunctional family. It can be difficult to say no to those we love.

A codependency book on improving your life through boundaries and peace. Karen Casey, bestselling author of Let Go Now and Each Day a New Beginning, has had her own experience with codependent behavior, and she is here to share what she has learned along the way. Through her own stories and the stories of those she has met through Al Anon meetings and elsewhere, she shows you how to detach from unhealthy codependency, create more positive relationships and, ultimately, lead a less stressful life.
Inside, you'll learn how to:
• Recognize and acknowledge your own attachments and codependency
• Set boundaries, find peace, and engage in healthy detachment
• Nurture positive relationships with the people in your life-both new and old

If you liked codependency books such as The Language of Letting Go, Facing Codependence, or The Codependency Recovery Plan, you'll love Codependence and the Power of Detachment .

Reviews:

"Karen Casey outlines the continuing process of practicing detachment, which ultimately means dealing with our control issues and fear. Her honesty about detachment as a lifelong process brings comfort and encouragement. And by her use of many stories about how other people - men and women alike - are finding the peace that detachment brings and her wonderful way of illuminating what detaching is and isn't, readers will discover how to connect with their inherent powers. Thanks Karen, for writing this book and for a lifetime of dedicated service that has made this world a better place." - Melody Beattie, author of Codependent No More: How to Stop Controlling Others and Start Caring for Yourself
"A remarkable book written in easy-to-understand language with great honesty." - Jerry Jampolsky, MD, founder of the International Center for Attitudinal Healing
"This book is bound to become a codependence classic. It should be required reading for all who seek to create healthy, balanced relationships in their lives." - Claudia Black, PhD, author of It Will Never Happen to Me: Growing Up with Addiction as Youngsters, Adolescents, Adults
"Karen Casey captures the experience, strength, and hope that are essential to maintaining healthy relationships with each other and with ourselves." - William C. Meyers, author of Broken


“Karen Casey outlines the continuing process of practicing detachment, which ultimately means dealing with our control issues and fear. Her honesty about detachment as a lifelong process brings comfort and encouragement. And by her use of many stories about how other people—men and women alike—are finding the peace that detachment brings and her wonderful way of illuminating what detaching is and isn’t, readers will discover how to connect with their inherent powers. Thanks Karen, for writing this book and for a lifetime of dedicated service that has made this world a better place.” —Melody Beattie, author of Codependent No More: How to Stop Controlling Others and Start Caring for Yourself

“A remarkable book written in easy-to-understand language with great honesty." —Jerry Jampolsky, MD, founder of the International Center for Attitudinal Healing

“This book is bound to become a codependence classic. It should be required reading for all who seek to create healthy, balanced relationships in their lives.” —Claudia Black, PhD, author of It Will Never Happen to Me: Growing Up with Addiction as Youngsters, Adolescents, Adults

“Karen Casey captures the experience, strength, and hope that are essential to maintaining healthy relationships with each other and with ourselves.” —William C. Meyers, author of Broken

About the Author:

Karen Casey, Ph.D., is a writer and workshop facilitator for 12-step recovery. Her first book, Each Day a New Beginning, has sold more than 2 million copies. She has published dozens of books since then, including Change Your Mind and Your Life Will Follow, which was a finalist for the MS Society Books for a Better Life Awards.

As a writer, Karen's focus is on the development of spiritual gorwth and strengthening one's twelve step recovery. Relying on personal experience and the wisdom she's gleaned from the many people she's met in the rooms of AA and Al-Anon, she spends her time helping others, whether through her books or with lectures and workshops around the world. Karen has traveled throughout North America and Europe carrying her message of hope for others on the road to recovery. Visit her at www.womens-spirituality.com.

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