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Codependent Discovery and Recovery 2.0

A Holistic Approach to Healing and Freeing Yourself

Learn how to overcome codependency with a holistic approach and reinvent yourself in a positive, powerful way.

Codependency can run deep within us and take control of our relationships until patterns become out of control. Codependent Discovery and Recovery 2.0 will teach you how to overcome the toxic thinking and behaviors associated with it by using evidence-based techniques of healing with education on components of codependency and how to abate the symptoms.

Meditations, affirmations, and inner child healing exercises with bullet point life-changing lists are included at the end of each chapter for you to have a quick reference for personalized continued healing. Unlike other books about codependency, which are written solely from an addiction model, this book incorporates neuroscience, psychology, and spirituality with great respect for individual belief systems. Each meditation from the book has a YouTube recording by the author for you to listen along with.

As a healed codependent, writer, and therapist, Mary Joye's mission is to help people get in touch with their emotions. She will provide you with a holistic alternative to typical 12-step addiction models and cover the spectrum of codependency from the extremes of doormat types to the controlling “I know what is best for you” type. By using cognitive behavioral tools, she will help you change no matter where you fall on the spectrum. Included is also a chapter on finances, which is the number one reason codependents stay trapped in unhealthy relationships.

It is possible to reinvent yourself in a positive way, and the power is in your hands.

Mary Joye, LMHC is a licensed mental health counselor, life coach, author, and speaker in her area and on self-help websites. Recently, Mary has also been a contributing author of "Becoming Whole Again" and “From Codependent to Independent" for

Mary personally and professionally learned how debilitating it can be to entertain or help everyone else while disregarding your own needs. She sought knowledge and enlightenment about giving and living well during the passing of a family member. It is her belief that others can learn to arrive from the conditioning of their past to a place of holistic abundance and enlightened fulfillment.