This book is an intensely personal narrative about codependent relationships and the insane dysfunctional thinking patterns that follow.
With a unique approach, the author shares her expertise and offers 12-Slips to codependency.
Dark humor fuels this fearsome account as the author leads you through the dysfunctional maze, maneuvering through the volatile actions, obsessive thoughts and intense feelings that a codependent relationship ignites.
You will find yourself laughing out loud at scenarios that should make you cry, like the circling ladies in Kmart, the perverted mailman, etc.
This unique perspective on love gone awry is as entertaining as it is enlightening.
The author has a sharp sense of humor and she lets it fly without losing the gravity of her subject.
Terrifying examples shine a piercing light on the painful truths of codependency. After drawing you in, the author smacks you with the reality meter, Slap One, turning your preconceived notions of her 12-Slip program upside down.
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About the Author
Creator of the popular newsletter, “Women Who Think Too Much,” published from 1997 to 1998, the author has had ample experience in flipping over everyday actions to expose the dark underbelly.
Her fearsome narrative will draw you in long before she slaps you with her reality meter, turning your preconceived notions of her subtitles, A No Help At All Handbook and How to become codependent in 12 easy slips, upside down.
If you get confused as to where the heck the author is heading, you can end the suspense by reading Slap One first.
An accountable victim, her writing is vulnerable with an awareness that is empowering. The result is not at all preachy, condescending, alarmist or worst of all, sappy.
You will find yourself laughing out loud regarding scenarios that should make you cry, like the circling ladies in Kmart, the perverted mailman, etc.
Written from personal experience and presented in the mood of an honest chat with a trusted girlfriend, this unique perspective on love gone awry is as entertaining as it is enlightening.
The author has a very sharp sense of humor and she lets it fly without losing the gravity of her subject.
Terrifying examples shine a revealing light on the painful truths of codependency.
Highly entertaining while touching you in raw spots that you didn’t even know you had, the only promise given is that you will never be able to unread this book.