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Diane Metcalf is an experienced advocate, speaker, and writer on the topics of domestic violence, abuse, and family dysfunction. Currently, she writes about toxic relationships and recovery tools on her blog, “The Toolbox” (http://toolbox.dianemetcalf.com/). Diane holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and has worked in numerous fields, including domestic violence and abuse.
As a result of growing up in a dysfunctional home, and with the help of professional therapists and continued personal growth, she has developed strong coping skills and healing strategies.
This book is a compilation resulting from her education, knowledge, and personal insight regarding her own traumatic experiences and subsequent recovery work. She happily shares
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How can I heal my codependency?

Codependent relationships often form as the result of trauma bonding between individuals who live in a cycle of abuse or mistreatment. It’s a method of coping with a stressful or unhealthy, traumatic, or abusive environment. It develops as a self-protective response to supporting or enabling someone’s addiction, mental illness, immaturity, irresponsibility, or under-achievement. It results from ta

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