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Psychotherapist Susan Anderson, founder of the abandonment recovery movement, has thirty years' experience working with the victims of trauma, grief, and loss. The author of The Journey from Abandonment to Healing (over 100,000 copies sold), she offers workshops throughout the world and lives in Huntington, New York.
"An enormous help to anyone looking to let go of past
disappointments and self-recrimination and get on with the
essential work of healing, building boundaries, and acquiring the
skill to reach your goals."
-- John Bradshaw, #1 New York Times bestselling author of Homecoming
"With a program designed to undo primal fears, [Anderson]
tackles such topics as lowered self-esteem, lovesick feelings, food
urges, diet, chronic depression, procrastination, heartache, and a
primary source of conflict with relationships, 'enormous emotional
suction cups.' She also examines brain activity and factors
preventing the body's production of such 'yummy neurochemicals' as
oxytocin and vasopressin....[R]eaders under stress who are
desperate for help will view this book as a valuable tool for
-- Publishers Weekly "Groundbreaking."
-- PsychologyToday.com "Shows that self-defeating behavior can be changed without in-depth examination and resolution....A helpful scenario, requiring determination and commitment, for dealing with difficult issues. This will appeal to readers seeking change."
-- Library Journal "The outer child is a bratty, angry drama queen who is responsible for unhealthful and unwanted behavior, according to the book. Anderson's three-prong outer child recovery program consists of dialoguing, guided visualization and action steps. The second half of the book addresses special applications for the program, such as dieting, procrastination, debt and depression."
-- The Washington Post