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good healing book
January 28, 2009
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Found a good book that talks about healing from codependency issues as well as lots of other issues.

It is a biblically based book, for those of you comfortable with that.

Its called "Lifes Healing Choices: Freedom from Your Hurts, Hangups and Habits" by John Baker.

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January 28, 2009
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I will look for this book when I finally get around to going to the book store. I have 3 more books on my list that my therapist told me about.
I have only had 3 visits with her but it was the best thing I have ever done for myself. I wanted to let you know this because what made me decide to do this was a post you wrote about therapy a few weeks ago.

I finally got off my butt and found a therapist that charged on a sliding scale...I had heard about those but I really didn't think they exsisted :O

I'm glad you posted that day!

January 29, 2009
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((razor))

awww, thank you for the sweet compliment. I'm so glad I could be of help to you. It makes all of my own childhood struggles all the more worthwhile when I can help someone from my own life lessons. So thank you for letting me know.

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January 29, 2009
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From time to time I refer to the book: "You Can Heal Your Life" by Louise L Hay.

I KNOW, on some level that it will be helpful for me.

The thing, I guess, that I have a real problem with in some of these types of books is the absence of attention given to what someone on another support group termed as 'grounding anger.'

I seem to fluctuate between the hard-core stuff by Susan Forward (which is also helpful) and the more 'fluffy' kind of stuff, if you will.

"Getting Through The Day" by Nancy J. Napier has for me, been kind of a good balance as well as some of the stuff written by John Lee.

But, in the end, I guess, it is all about getting in touch with ALL my feelings - especially the 'shadow ones' without self-censorship.

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