Awakening in Time: The Journey from Codependence to Co-creation
A pioneer in psychological and spiritual approaches to addiction, Jacquelyn Small integrates ideas from the Twelve Step movement, Jungian thought, Western mysticism, and Eastern philosophy to create a path-breaking new synthesis. She shows that "codependence," rather than being a term that labels and limits us, is a spiritual crisis with a sacred purpose -- and a spiritual solution. Book jacket.
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