|Publisher:||Twin Feather Publishing|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||737 KB|
|Age Range:||18 Years|
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What People are Saying About This
"This amazing book about codependency is wonderfully honest and empowering. We don't have to stay stuck in unhealthy patterns. We can all cut the cord and soar. Freedom at last!"--(Susan Jeffers, Ph.D. author of Feel the Fear and Do It anyway and Embracing Uncertainty)
“In Lisa's Soaring Above Co-Addiction the reader can find answers written in her straight forward style that apply to real life problems. this book would appeal not only to those dealing with an addict but those living in the shadow of another waiting for someone to make them happy. Through her personal stories, and the stories of others, Lisa shares how you can take your life back no matter what is going on around you. Real solutions to real problems...great!” --(Barb Rogers, author of If I Die Before I Wake)
"Soaring Above Co-Addiction is an amazing narrative that will lift the mind and raise the spirit of every reader. Lisa effectively integrates timeless wisdom, spiritual concepts, and proven recovery techniques into a format designed to help you overcome fear and take back your life."--(Brian McAlister, author of Full Recovery - Creating a Personal Action Plan for Life Beyond Sobriety)
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I have read so many books on this subject and have never before found one that was so much help to me. This was written by a real woman, like myself, who found herself in a terrible situation with a man she loves and how she got herself well. I was moved by how familiar so many of her circumstances were to what I've been dealing with and I really feel inspired by her story and advice. I believe I can soar, too. I highly recommend!
This is a wonderful book about triumphing above co-addiction and living up to your potential. Thou this book is aimed more towards a spouse with addiction, you can apply it to other situations in which you are finding yourself in a co-addictive relationship such as: a parent, sibling, or friend.As a woman who was once in a co-addiction relationship with my husband, I found myself either yelling at my spouse or pretending nothing was going on. I knew that there was wonderful person beneath the disguise that addiction created. It wasn't until the birth of our first child, a daughter, in which a change came over him and he realized his potential as both a spouse and a father. I wish that I had this book back then to help me cope and learn how to handle his addiction and to help me to realize my potential as a woman. I am happy to say that now we have been married 20 wonderful years and I have made a career for myself.Thank you Mrs. Espich for you inspiration book. I hope that many will read this book and use the mediation and journal suggestions to help them bring about an incredible happy life for themselves.