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If you suffer from codependency, this book will show you how to break free from damaging influences and make genuine, biblical love a central part of your daily life.
In this thorough, nontechnical guide to assessment of and recovery from codependency, author Nancy Groom takes you beyond simply escaping codependency to helping you tackle the tough questions you’ll face as you emerge from destructive relationships.
Men and women who are dealing with grief, anger, and feelings of shame from codependency will learn how to bond to God.
From Bondage to Bonding
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Life changing book
I read this book in the early nineties. I still refer it to many people that I interact with. This book will forever be on my shelf (I actually keep extra copies of it). I did not know that I was codependent or living a life of denial of my own childhood pain. Not only did God use this book to bring revelation and open my eyes, but it also helped me to see and change wrong thinking/behavior patterns. I am now able to engage in healthy relationships with family, friends, etc that are based on mutual respect, love, and healthy boundaries.I am a speaker and I always tell people that next to the Bible this book has brought more change into my life than any other book. Thank you and God bless you Nancy for your work.
9/29/2011 12:49:19 PM
A Very Helpful Book for those Recovering from Codependency
From Bondage to Bonding by Nancy Groom aims to explain codependency in an easy-to-understand manner. However, it goes further and teaches the readers how to process codependency and move on from it. It also takes the Twelve Steps and explains it further.
Having been in an abusive, codependent relationship myself, I find myself being helped a lot by this book. I have been processing my abusive relationship for years with my sister who also happens to be a professional psychotherapist. Reading this book has helped me to understand myself better.
It’s more than just defining what codependency is - the author diagnoses how the abuse started, what our needs are, what it resulted into. The second part analyzes the Twelve Steps Program and how it applies to the person trapped in codependency.
I think that it was from the combined efforts of the years of therapy and the understanding that I gained from this book that I was finally able to confront my abuser. It’s not yet over, my struggle with the abuser, but I’m getting there.
2/9/2010 9:11:11 AM