A fresh new cover introduces the proven principles in this popular titlea "more than 75,000 copies solda "to a new group of readers.
Christians are called to be servants. But people who forfeit their God-given calling and identity in order to please others move from servanthood to codependency. How can they get back on track? Clinical psychologist David Hawkins offers a Christian perspective on healthy relationships and the pitfalls of being a people pleaser. He answers such important questions asa ]
- Where does Christian service end and codependency begin?
- What emotional needs lead to codependency, and how can those needs be met in healthier ways?
- How can parents help their children avoid codependent behavior?
Readers will resonate with the real-life illustrations of people who no longer know what they think, want, or feel. Suggestions for redirecting unhealthy relationships empower readers to rediscover their own value and personal contribution.
"Excellent Book! God really used this book to affirm so many healthy choices I've made. I appreciate Dr. Hawkins' honesty, openness, and insight. He's unmatched as a Christian psychologist. I can't say enough good about all of Dr. Hawkins' books!"
--Debra White Smith, bestselling author of the Austin series and What Jane Austin Taught Me About Love and Romance
Number Of Pages: 240
Published: 15th July 2010
Publisher: Harvest House Publishers,U.S.
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 22.23 x 14.61
Weight (kg): 0.25