Claiming Your Self-Esteem: A Guide Out of Codependency, Addiction and Other Useless Habits

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Celestial Arts, 1990 - Self-Help - 201 pages
Through discussions of the dynamics of self-esteem, stories of successful life transformations, and powerful exercises that really work, psychotherapist and teacher Carolyn Ball shows that when we learn to love and respect ourselves, we can live the kind of happy and creative lives we have always wanted.

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About the author (1990)

Carolyn M. Ball is a psychotherapist, teacher, and author of numerous articles on personal growth. In her frequent lectures, workshops, and appearances in the media, she offers practical tools for moving from codependent and addictive dysfunctional patterns into a creative and satisfying lifestyle. Her broad experience in psychology, education, Eastern mysticism, and Native American spiritual tradition yields unique insight into human nature and ways we can live richer and happier lives during our walk on Planet Earth.

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