"........When Change is the Challenge."
Action Plan For Your Inner
Child: Parenting Each Other
The author shows how crucial it is for Adult
Children to cultivate and nourish their Inner Child with
unconditional love. Where John Bradshaw's Homecoming left off, An
Action Plan For Your Inner Child continues. This plan sets up a
personal parenting program for learning to give and receive
appropriate parenting, subsequently learning how to have mature
relationships with others. John Bradshaw says, "This is the kind of
book people need to read after they've read
I Don't Need Therapy But...Where
Do I Turn For Answers?
This is a published, but out of print book, now available as an ebook.
available here: http://www.idontneedtherapy.com
How can I stop taking my anger out on everyone around me?
How can an express my grief and a positive way?
How can I deal effectively with my fears?
Are you puzzled about how solve to specific problems in your life? This book
provides the answers to questions often asked by ordinary people facing
challenging situations. It offers practical guidelines for getting unstuck and
moving on with your life.
Recovery From Co-Dependency:
It's Never Too Late To Reclaim Your Childhood
Weiss, Ph.D., and Jonathan B. Weiss, Ph.D.
This book may be used as a map for
therapists and Adult Children on the road to recovery from Co-dependency.
Developmental issues are addressed, patterns of substitute behavior are
identified and a treatment plant to meet the needs of the Inner Child is
Adult Children are in the position of trying to manage their adult lives on the
basis of decisions made by mistreated children. Sometimes the pain of carrying
out these life- repressing decisions becomes so overwhelming that they try to
self medicate it. The resulting addictive or compulsive substitute behaviors,
which represent a denial of what the Inner Child really needs, typically makes
the situation even more unmanageable. Even though Co-dependants are usually
unaware of the source of their own dysfunctional patterns, they recognize that
their lives aren't working and come for help.
In therapy, co-dependants can gain
permission, information and modeling in order to learn what is naturally learned
by children who grow up in healthy families. Through this corrective parenting
the inner child can be healed.
" I consider the Weisses to be the best
representatives of a handful of T.A.therapists who use a true
developmental approach. I am indebted to them in many places.."