Rochelle Cunningham was born in Boise, Idaho and educated at the University of Oregon and Boise State University. She holds multiple bachelor degrees in Communication and Journalism, she is a certified Small Claims Mediator, and a published author.
Interests in human relations and interpersonal communication motivated Rochelle to publish "Waiting for Daddy's Hugs" the first in a series of children's books about parents who work out of town for painfully long periods of time; also to research, develop, and publish her first book, an essential user guide for non-addicts entitled "Codependency: The “Normie” User Guide". She went on to write a collection of short stories titled "Crash Landing Into a Field of Outhouses" published spring of 2013. She also has works of poetry and short stories published in "The Eclectic Collage - Vol II".
Encouraging healthy communication is a strong passion and the catalyst to her thriving writing career. She accomplishes this through the continued practice of peaceful conflict resolution, creating poetry, and writing memoirs, children's books, non-fiction, and fictional short stories.
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Codependency: The "Normie" User Guide
by Rochelle Cunningham
This is a guide for the Normie (a colloquial term used among AA members to describe a non-addict), to address the ways society focuses so heavily on the addict, how to understand addiction, and most importantly how the non-addict negotiates communication with the addict.
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