Recovery from Compulsive Behavior: How to Transcend Your Troubled Familyby Lane Lasater, Sharon Wegscheider-Cruse (Foreword by), Janet E. Gustafson (Illustrator)
Compulsive working, relationship dependency, generalized rebellion, victim syndrome and perpetual-child-syndrome, five
The principles of compulsive behavior apply in some degree to most troubled or dysfunctional families. This book describes how compulsive patterns and their resulting compulsive escapes develop, as well as how these compulsions can be changed.
Compulsive working, relationship dependency, generalized rebellion, victim syndrome and perpetual-child-syndrome, five compulsive life patterns most common among adults, are covered here. The compulsive escapes specifically addressed by the author include: alcohol, drugs and cigarette abuse; over and under eating; compulsive sexual behavior; compulsive spending - gambling; compulsive religious behavior; and compulsive exercising.
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