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Melody Beattie is one of America’s most beloved self-help authors and a household name in addiction and recovery circles. She’s back with host Todd Weaver to share her life experience and her ageless wisdom. Her international bestselling book, Codependent No More, introduced the world to the term codependency in 1986. Millions of readers have trusted Melody’s words of wisdom and guidance because she knows firsthand what they’re going through. In her lifetime, she has survived abandonment, kidnapping, sexual abuse, drug and alcohol addiction, divorce, and the death of a child. Time Magazine wrote; Beattie understands being overboard, which helps her throw bestselling lifelines to those still adrift. Ms. Beattie continues to write and help thousands with her bestselling works and on her websites.
On this show we talk about the roots that drive our emotions in order to allow God to gain control over them in any situation we might find ourselves. It has been said that most people who are codependent struggle with emotional problems. This is probably because as humans when we believe something, we think on that something and even begin feel that very thing.
As we move closer and closer to believing the truth, God will begin to stabilize our emotions and our reasons behind them.
Listen to our journey towards healing!
Ken P. was raised in poverty among what would in today’s terminology be called low-bottom drunks. He was married for 19 years to a woman who became a practicing alcoholic. He has been active in the Al-Anon recovery program for 36 years, and during the last three decades he has attended several meetings per week, sponsored many men, and spoken at a variety of 12 step conferences. He began writing about the recovery process for men with addicted family members in June of 2006 and his new book, We Codependent Men, We Mute Coyotes. For Ken personally, publication of the book represents the chance to help the families of addicts on an even broader scale, which he is convinced is one of the most important purposes for his life. You can learn more about Codependent Men HERE.
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So you've found yourself in a relationship with a narcissist or have been dealing with a narcissistic family member, friend, boss or co-worker. Your feelings of insanity and confusion led you to research your symptoms only to come up with the term NPD or Narcissistic Personality Disorder. Now what? How do you get yourself unentangled from the narcissistic Web of Illusion and find your way back to Sanity.
In this episode of Pandora's Box Kaleah talks about how the empathic, codependent, enabler is a perfect match for a narcissist. How can you recognize your own co-dependent nature and heal yourself so that you are no longer drawn to the role of enabler.
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In this episode of our groundbreaking series, "Making Sense," we're talking about the dynamics of our upbringing and what we're given by our parents and caregivers to take into our relationships as adults .
This is true recovery from codependency; knowing your family of origin and the dynamics of how you were taught to perceive the world around you is crucial to recovering your authentic self.
This work affects everyone! Codependency is the number one epidemic on the planet today. Absolutely no one is immune to the contribution of this pursuit, even in healthy systems.
Having this knowledge will enable you to move from victim to victorious, allowing you to perceive the world as happening "for you" and not "to you." In this episode, we'll talk about how to reclaim your power, make peace with the past, add forgiveness to your list of qualities of life and show up for yourself like never before.
It's simply a matter of empowerement! Please join us and share this episode with your family and friends!
Do you find yourself going beyond self-sacrifice? Are you dependent upon as the main caregiver? Do you constantly put other's needs before your own? Does this excessive "giving" leave you empty?
Listen to session TWO of the, "At the heart of addiction" series where we take a biblical perspective on dealing with someone suffering from an any kind of addiction: Internet, gambling, food, sex, work, etc.
Join us as we learn balance and where to replenish.
The world of the codependent can be very rocky, unsteady and insecure. In many cases this person relies on other people for support to find balance within their life. We search over here, we grab over there but it seems as if no matter what we do we cannot find peace in our live, clear direction, or steadiness.
In this show we discuss God on an intimate level, in order to find our pathway to stability.
In keeping with my theme of creating radio shows pertaining to the topic of resiliency, I will be having a conversation with a gentleman regarding how to deal with a loved one with alcoholism. My friend and author Tom Greeley has recently completed and has published a book called "Tentacles". The book tells the story of family, love, codependency and alcoholism.
Another Clean Glass Production & The Sisterhood Connection Presents.. Codependent No More.. Let Go & Let God with our beloved Sis. Shirley Muhammad of "Your Sister's Project" This Wednesday 8-21-13 @ 10 AM Call in live 914-803-4041 we look forward to hearing from you...Peace
Ross Rosenberg: Narcissist vs. Codependent, The Dysfunctional Dance Relationship, The Dysfunctional Dance vs. Significance of Reciprocity,Why opposites attract, What is Narcissism, Emotional Manipulation, Codependency, Healing through dance, Human Magnet Syndrome
Bob was born on a farm in northern Minnesota in 1940. He worked on the farm until graduating from high school in 1958. His hobbies during these years were muskrat trapping, hunting, fishing and high school football and basketball. Bob graduated from the University of North Dakota with B.S. and M.S. degrees in Chemical Engineering in 1963. He worked for a chemical company for 38 years at various locations including Michigan, Ohio, Missouri, Texas and Argentina and retired in 2001. For many years Bob has been very active in 12 step programs for those who have or continue to live with relatives and friends who have the disease of addiction. The 12-step programs have given Bob a totally new life, which he shares with his wife Marilyn. They have been married since 1964 and together have raised four beautiful children. Bob joined fellow Al-Anons Ken P. and Scott B. and together they wrote a book titled “We Codependent Men, We Mute Coyotes”. For Bob personally, publication of the book represents the chance to help the families of addicts on an even broader scale. The book is dedicated to his daughter Michelle who died from the disease of addiction in 2005.
Have you ever wondered why you can’t seem to maintain a healthy relationship? Do you feel like people take advantage of your kind heart and generosity? Do you feel a sense of responsibility for your loved one's happiness? If any of these questions ring true for you, you may be a codependent.
Codependency is an emotional behavior that affects our ability to have healthy, mutually-satisfying relationships. It is often found in individuals who are in a relationship with an addicted person or someone with a mental illness. Codependents often have low self-esteem and look for anything outside of themselves to make them feel better…including drugs and alcohol or other compulsive behaviors so you can see why this is an important topic for us to understand and address.
On this episode of The Bubble Hour we will dig into the nature of a codependency and discuss how we can “detach with love” so that we can enjoy healthy, happy relationships with our loved ones.
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