But Your Mother Loves You is the witty and candid tale of how a renowned psychotherapist moved from “not good enough” to “the right person” despite childhood neglect and a toxic relationship with her mother.
Everyone knows at least one person who demonstrates toxic love, someone who consistently jabs a straw in others and sucks the life right out of them. Without an in-depth understanding of how to navigate these relationships, most people continue to emotionally regress and remain paralyzed in familiar, pain-soaked patterns. But Your Mother Loves You helps readers overcome this cycle of toxicity. Kim Honeycutt shares the real-life experience of how a shame-based, self-destructive little girl grew up to be a recovered alcoholic, entered the world of psychology as a professional, and created her own strategies to address and conquer toxicity. This story, both witty and practical, is told through the lens of personal life experience and expert psychological strategies combined with Godly intervention. Readers learn how to either walk away from or walk with a toxic loved one without losing themselves. Covered in both vulnerability and clinical information, But Your Mother Loves You provides a step-by-step approach on how to stop toxic love and the subsequent self-abuse.
|Publisher:||Morgan James Publishing|
|Product dimensions:||5.40(w) x 8.40(h) x 0.60(d)|
About the Author
Kim B. Honeycutt has her bachelor’s degree in psychology from Columbia College and her master’s degree in social work from the University of South Carolina. For over 20 years, Kim’s psychotherapy practice in Charlotte, North Carolina has helped hundreds of individuals detox from shame and become free of self-destructive behaviors. In addition to providing therapy, she also has been published in several magazines, including My School Rocks, Static, and Charlotte Woman, and has been featured on National Public Radio and “The Debra Kennedy Show”. Kim is the founder and President of icuTalks, a mental health speaking ministry.