Mitzi Chandler takes the co-dependent and adult child through the year with each day bringing a new quotation to ponder, a message of hope and a positive affirmation to carry you through the day. This book is for those in recovery who seek to enjoy the miracle each day brings.
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About the Author
Mitzi Chandler has worked as a clinical counselor in alcoholic rehabilitation centers in Chicago and St. Louis. She now lives in Port Angeles, Washington, where she writes and lectures on the healing process for do-dependents and adult children of alcoholics.
Read an Excerpt
Results! Why, man, I have got a lot of results. I know several thousand things that don't work.
Learning what not to do in a given situation is every bit as important as learning what should be done. Co-dependents have a tendency toward feeling like failures when we make mistakes. When we feel as though we failed we aren't concentrating on what we learned. So we make the same mistakes over again.
Think of the wisdom we gain when we learn what love isn't. This knowledge can change the course of our lives. Time and time again, many of us have pursued what we thought to be love, only to be sorely let down. Until we learn that love does not mean being dependent upon or in control of others, we will continue to repeat the behaviors that keep real love out.
I will start a mental "How Not To" list and add to it each day.