Books tagged: dependence

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Song of the Mockingbird
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Price: Free! Words: 7,800. Language: English. Published: July 24, 2010. Category: Fiction » Humor & comedy » General
An old lady reaches out from the grave with a message on a dollar bill to her grown daughters and grandchildren. After the funeral, they gather at the old lady's home to go through her meager belongings. Fannie, boss over the family, finds the dollar bill and they all quarell over what the hand-written message means. Nobody wants the dollar except Zeke, favorite grandson and son of Fannie...
Parenting With A Purpose
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Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 26,020. Language: English. Published: March 3, 2012. Category: Nonfiction » Parenting » Childhood development
The unifying idea of this book is that life is about relationships; love for self, God and others. Successful parenting prepares a child to live responsibly in those relationships.The author deals with discipline, healthy love, communication and other parenting concerns in view of how to enable a child to live out life's true purpose.
Learning to Relate
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Price: $9.00 USD. Words: 17,250. Language: Simple English. Published: July 17, 2012 by Maximum Qualities Network, Inc. Category: Nonfiction » Relationships and Family » Emotions
Learning to Relate illustrates us on the way these events have managed to penetrate on the “minds”; making them lead a life of co-dependence, paradigms, programs, traditions, etc.; that haven’t allowed the growth and evolution that we all desire so much, but that we can’t seem to put underway.
Mine, Yours, and Ours, Addiction and Compulsivity in Couples and Couple Therapy
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Series: Challenges in Couples and Couple Therapy, Book 8. Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 56,830. Language: English. Published: August 24, 2013. Category: Nonfiction » Psychology » Psychotherapy / couples & family
Addiction & compulsivity often enter couple therapy. "Mine" or "yours" obscure addiction that is "ours." Addiction’s shadow sabotages "logical" therapy. The therapist can avoid stalemate arguing the "addict" label. Co-addiction is examined for mutual processes including attachment & family/cultural models. The therapist is the psycho-educator, witness, predictor, & planner for inevitable relapse.