Walking on Eggshells: Living with Psychological Abuse and Codependency

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Trafford Publishing, Aug 1, 2012 - Self-Help - 140 pages
Inspired by the journal of Mackenzie Brown, this book is written for anyone struggling with an abusive relationship. It inspires the reader to break their silent fear and reach for help. Follow Mac as she searched for love over the Internet and landed in a womens emergency shelter.
 

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I am a world traveler. Not only have I journeyed to exotic places such as Shanghai, Rome, Phuket—I’d like to think I am also a pilgrim in love and relationships. When I was a child, I did not expect life to be such a crazy adventure through the unknown. My four children, one stepdaughter, and my incredible husband would agree that I have a great capacity for love. I cherish my family more than anything. The joys and challenges that have come from loving my family has prepared me for my role as a personal trainer; I get to journey daily with others in discovering their potential, and I count myself blessed in doing so. My adventures through life have not always been such blessings, however. A dark shadow has followed me on many journeys, and I’ve only recently learned the name of that shadow: codependency. Although this travel companion of mine has landed me in many painful situations, I’ve learned to find strength in my weakness. I have often caught myself depending on other people to depend on me, but alas, the journey I’m currently on is teaching me that while I can’t insist on people relying on me entirely, I can point others on their way to experiencing everything this life has to offer. My dream for this book is exactly that—that you, the reader, would find the courage to leave the shadows of codependency for the sake of exploring the wonders of healthy relationships.

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