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Disentangle : when you've lost your self in someone else / Nancy L. Johnston.

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Record details

  • ISBN: 9781949481341
  • ISBN: 1949481344
  • Physical Description: 258 pages ; 23 cm.
  • Edition: Second edition.
  • Publisher: Las Vegas : Central Recovery Press, 2020.

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Bibliography, etc. Note:
Includes bibliographical references (pages 255-258).
Formatted Contents Note:
Preface -- When you've lost your self in someone else -- Tangles -- Untangling -- The four areas of work -- Your healthy self -- Appendix -- Bibliography.
Summary, etc.:
A revised edition of the best-selling solution-oriented guide to identifying and healing over-involvement or "entanglement" in relationships with others. Anyone who has struggled with balancing his or her own needs and desires with those of the "other" person will benefit from Nancy Johnston's sensible, easy-to-follow method for changing the course of one's relationships. Disentangle combines psychoeducation, personal anecdotes, clinical case vignettes, and skills-building exercises. Johnston describes how to turn this self-destructive cycle around with self-assessments and experiential exercises designed to address essential aspects of self-awareness, distortions in thinking, communication style and tools, and spirituality. "Disentangling" is the process of creating enough emotional space between oneself and another person in order to better see the realities of any relationship and make healthier conscious decisions about it. --
Subject: Interpersonal relations.
Codependency literature.
Interpersonal relations > Moral and ethical aspects.
Autonomy (Psychology) > Moral and ethical aspects.
Conduct of life.

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