Karen Casey helps you grasp the concept of detachment as a way out of the addiction of codependency – that insidious life style where you endeavor to please or change others your life’s guide – in a little easily digestible book. Casey advocates interdependence in place of codependence, where she creates a balance that assures you the ability to get support from others while taking responsibility for yourself. She believes how others act needs not affect how you think or act. Casey writes of detachment from the position of been there, done that. She shares her own story of codependency and that of others. You’ll find parallels with your own life: where you are too concerned about what others think of you, if you believe you have to please another to be loved, or you feel obligated to answer to another instead of your own inner voice. Casey’s advice is a sound, practical way out of a bad situation. She guides you through a series of steps to detachment: admitting you are attached, surrendering the outcome, forgiving yourself and others, and finally focusing attention on what works. Her strategy encourages awareness and paying attention to taking care of your own needs and allowing your family, friends, and co-workers to become accountable for their own actions. Karen Casey has authored over 20 books. She is well received as a presenter at workshops on spirituality and recovery. Casey’s “Codependence and the Power of Detachment” is sure to become a classic of codependence self-help. Get your copy today. –
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