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Conquering Shame and Codependency
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About the Author

Darlene Lancer is a licensed marriage and family therapist with over 25 years of experience working with individuals and couples. She regularly gives seminars on self-esteem, relationships, codependency, and addiction. Author of Codependency for Dummies, How to Speak Your Mind: Become Assertive and Set Limits, and 10 Steps to Self-Esteem, she has also published numerous articles as well as her own website, whatiscodependency.com. Darlene lives in Santa Monica, California.

Reviews

If you begin to work through Lancer s exercises on your own, you will likely gain self-knowledge. Think of the book as a launch point for eventually getting closer to your authentic self, rather than an immediate solution, and it may just help you with some codependency issues.
--Megan Riddle, PsychCentral.com
It would be a shame not to give this book a try.
--Danielle Stewart, Afterpartychat.com
I picked this book up so I could better understand codependency and the association of shame. In that, Lancer s book fulfilled my need for knowledge. I was impressed with Lancer s breadth of understanding, the self-examination exercises throughout, and the information being shared within these pages.
--Nina Longfield, luxuryreading.com
This book is definitely a worthy read as well as eye-opening in how shame toys and plays with us.
--Svetlana s Reads and Views, Svetla-randomblog.blogspot.com
I will keep this book with the rest of my resources that I found invaluable. In fact, I recommend this book to pretty much everyone.
--Literally Jen, literallyjen.com
Conquering Shame and Codependency just might be a great companion to keep on your shelf.
--Patricia s Wisdom, patriciaswisdom.com
Teachers, family therapists, and school counselors will find this a good reference in identifying factors and solutions for those they may be concerned with assisting; and for anyone who has experienced the negative effects shame can produce, this book are recommended reading.
--My Bookshelf, shirley-mybookshelf.blogspot.com
An eye-opener and a good food for thought read.
--Bookish Ardour, bookishadour.com
"I recommend this book if you are going through a trying time and are looking for answers."
--Robyn Baldwin, robynbaldwin.com"
..".If you begin to work through Lancer's exercises on your own, you will likely gain self-knowledge. Think of the book as a launch point for eventually getting closer to your authentic self, rather than an immediate solution, and it may just help you with some codependency issues."
--Megan Riddle, "PsychCentral.com"
"It would be a shame not to give this book a try."
--Danielle Stewart, "Afterpartychat.com"
"I picked this book up so I could better understand codependency and the association of shame. In that, Lancer's book fulfilled my need for knowledge. I was impressed with Lancer's breadth of understanding, the self-examination exercises throughout, and the information being shared within these pages."
--Nina Longfield, "luxuryreading.com"
"This book is definitely a worthy read as well as eye-opening in how shame toys and plays with us."
--"Svetlana's Reads and Views," Svetla-randomblog.blogspot.com
"I will keep this book with the rest of my resources that I found invaluable. In fact, I recommend this book to pretty much everyone."
--"Literally Jen, " literallyjen.com
""Conquering Shame and Codependency" just might be a great companion to keep on your shelf."
--"Patricia's Wisdom," patriciaswisdom.com
"Teachers, family therapists, and school counselors will find this a good reference in identifying factors and solutions for those they may be concerned with assisting; and for anyone who has experienced the negative effects shame can produce, this book are recommended reading."
--"My Bookshelf," shirley-mybookshelf.blogspot.com
"An eye-opener and a good food for thought read."
--"Bookish Ardour," bookishadour.com
"I recommend this book if you are going through a trying time and are looking for answers."
--Robyn Baldwin, robynbaldwin.com
."..If you begin to work through Lancer's exercises on your own, you will likely gain self-knowledge. Think of the book as a launch point for eventually getting closer to your authentic self, rather than an immediate solution, and it may just help you with some codependency issues."
--Megan Riddle, "PsychCentral.com"

"It would be a shame not to give this book a try."
--Danielle Stewart, "Afterpartychat.com"

"I picked this book up so I could better understand codependency and the association of shame. In that, Lancer's book fulfilled my need for knowledge. I was impressed with Lancer's breadth of understanding, the self-examination exercises throughout, and the information being shared within these pages."
--Nina Longfield, "luxuryreading.com"

"This book is definitely a worthy read as well as eye-opening in how shame toys and plays with us."
--"Svetlana's Reads and Views", Svetla-randomblog.blogspot.com

"I will keep this book with the rest of my resources that I found invaluable. In fact, I recommend this book to pretty much everyone."
--"Literally Jen, " literallyjen.com

""Conquering Shame and Codependency" just might be a great companion to keep on your shelf."
--"Patricia's Wisdom", patriciaswisdom.com

"Teachers, family therapists, and school counselors will find this a good reference in identifying factors and solutions for those they may be concerned with assisting; and for anyone who has experienced the negative effects shame can produce, this book are recommended reading."
--"My Bookshelf", shirley-mybookshelf.blogspot.com

"An eye-opener and a good food for thought read."
--"Bookish Ardour", bookishadour.com

"I recommend this book if you are going through a trying time and are looking for answers."
--Robyn Baldwin, robynbaldwin.com

."..If you begin to work through Lancer's exercises on your own, you will likely gain self-knowledge. Think of the book as a launch point for eventually getting closer to your authentic self, rather than an immediate solution, and it may just help you with some codependency issues."
-Megan Riddle, "PsychCentral.com"

"It would be a shame not to give this book a try."
-Danielle Stewart, "Afterpartychat.com"

"I picked this book up so I could better understand codependency and the association of shame. In that, Lancer's book fulfilled my need for knowledge. I was impressed with Lancer's breadth of understanding, the self-examination exercises throughout, and the information being shared within these pages."
-Nina Longfield, "luxuryreading.com"

"This book is definitely a worthy read as well as eye-opening in how shame toys and plays with us."
-"Svetlana's Reads and Views", Svetla-randomblog.blogspot.com

"I will keep this book with the rest of my resources that I found invaluable. In fact, I recommend this book to pretty much everyone."
-"Literally Jen, " literallyjen.com

"CONQUERING SHAME AND CODEPENDENCY just might be a great companion to keep on your shelf."
-"Patricia's Wisdom", patriciaswisdom.com

"Teachers, family therapists, and school counselors will find this a good reference in identifying factors and solutions for those they may be concerned with assisting; and for anyone who has experienced the negative effects shame can produce, this book are recommended reading."
-"My Bookshelf", shirley-mybookshelf.blogspot.com

"An eye-opener and a good food for thought read."
-"Bookish Ardour", bookishadour.com

"I recommend this book if you are going through a trying time and are looking for answers."
--Robyn Baldwin, robynbaldwin.com

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