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Changing Course

4.2 of 5 stars 4.20  ·  rating details  ·  41 ratings  ·  5 reviews
Changing Course offers a model of healing for all adults whose lives have been burdened by pain. A family's life together is troubled when the conditions that foster physical and emotional growth and well-being are continuously absent over time. The absence of these nurturing conditions has the cumulative effect of creating a childhood experience of chronic loss and abando ...more
Paperback, 210 pages
Published August 28th 1999 by Mac Publishing (first published November 28th 1993)
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This is a book that was recommended by a psychologist I saw for a while when I went through my divorce. This is the kind of self-help book that one needs to read every couple of years just to re-educate themselves with the various emotions one may feel regarding family, friends, etc. who have abandoned them, as well as understanding the issues from childhood that have affected that. Family history plays such a significant part in the present and it never leaves us, always affects us. This book i ...more
Another one of my bibles. Claudia Black is an authority on healing from dysfunctional childhood drama. Whenever I feel triggered this is another one of my go-to books. If you want to really take responsibility for yourself and move on from a victimhood personna - I highly recommend Claudia Black to help you make sense of your inner demons and put them into true perspective. A++++
♥ Susan
Depressing, monotonous ways to avoid healing -- if you believe in spiritual healing vs ruminating on every miserable detail of your history. Some may enjoy.. but I strongly disliked almost every aspect of it.
Sheyna Galyan
Too much focus on coming from alcoholic parents. Harder to apply it to other backgrounds.
Jessica Gray
Everyone has something they need to heal from....
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