The Language of Letting Go: Daily Meditations for Codependents (Hazelden Meditation Series)

November 17, 2014 - Comment

Melody Beattie integrates her own life experiences and fundamental recovery reflections in this unique daily meditation book written especially for those of us who struggle with the issue of codependency.Problems are made to be solved, Melody reminds us, and the best thing we can do is take responsibility for our own pain and self-care. In

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Melody Beattie integrates her own life experiences and fundamental recovery reflections in this unique daily meditation book written especially for those of us who struggle with the issue of codependency.

Problems are made to be solved, Melody reminds us, and the best thing we can do is take responsibility for our own pain and self-care. In this daily inspirational book, Melody provides us with a thought to guide us through the day and she encourages us to remember that each day is an opportunity for growth and renewal.

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L. Power "nlp trainer" says:

An excellent reference I had been thinking about buying a book on this topic for some time to further my self improvement process.This book is about so much more than letting go. It is also about personal power. When you let go of something, it loses its power to control you, and you move forward with your life in a more empowering way.This book is set up with daily meditations on different issues. If you were to open any page at random, you would probably find something very useful. It is easily read, and as you read can feel the shift in your perception, as these simple to follow principles make a lot of sense.If you are like most people, there are plenty of things you need to let go of, and you probably have no idea what some of these are. The first step is to identify that a change needs to be made.Here are many ideas you can use to improve your life. There are too many for me to list in a review, but here are a few biggies:Attachment,…

Andrew Parodi says:

This book has great sentimental value for me. I had just read Ms. Beattie’s famous/infamous “Codependent No More” and was inspired by her revolutionary ideas: I didn’t have to depend on others for approval; I didn’t have to base my self-worth on how helpful I was to friends; I didn’t have to over-react to everything that happened in my life; I didn’t have to think negatively about myself; if I didn’t cause the problem then it wasn’t my responsibility to fix it.As a teenager about to enter the “real world,” it seemed all I heard from others was what I was “not” doing right. I should know more than I did and be more grateful for what I have; what college did I want to attend? Why wasn’t I more ambitious? What’s more, I was odd for being frightened by the fact that the world as I knew it was about to fall apart when all my friends moved away to college. Apparently, if what teachers told me was any indication, life would only get more difficult as I took on the responsibilities of being an adult. Melody’s book gave me…

My two cents "lido73" says:

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