• Codependency: From Codependency to Independence, How to Get Out of Toxic Relationships and How to Deal with Narcissists

  • By: Martin M. Blake
  • Narrated by: Robert Plank
  • Length: 4 hrs and 30 mins
  • 3.5 out of 5 stars (2 ratings)

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Are you independent or codependent?
Do you feel necessary for others?
Do you think you don't care enough about yourself?

Codependency is like "the need to be necessary". In a healthy relationship, feeling healthy and important is essential. In a codependent relationship, love takes a back seat, while the need to feel "significant" for one's partner is more important than feeling truly loved or appreciated. In relationships more and more often the feelings they have called "love" are actually feelings of need, attachment and stimulators of the superficial ego.

Codependence can appear in any relationship, no matter how short or long, no matter what kind of person you are, or how deep the love in your relationship is.

Being in a codependent relationship is typical of one who feels alone in your relationship. In this spectacular book Codependency, you will find out if you suffer from codependency, you or your partner, and exactly what to do to solve it! You will also discover how to maintain a healthy, loving, respectful relationship.

In Codependency, you will discover:

  • Discover and observe the symptoms of codependency
  • A detailed guide to beat codependency and break away from compulsive attention
  • How to end a toxic relationship without causing damage
  • How to distinguish between love and codependence
  • And more...

Don't miss the chance!

©2019 Martin M. Blake (P)2019 Martin M. Blake
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Objectively Bad

I’ll preface this by saying I have a background as a psych RN. This book is terrible. It has some good ideas for thought, but states it doesn’t use the DSM because codependency isn’t a disorder. Ok, that’s fine. It goes on to say that people with personality disorders made the conscious choice to have a personality disorder and healthy people simply chose not to. (That’s patently false.) It completely overlooks the role of trauma in behaviors. It addresses codependency has a history of trauma but then states that people who can’t speak up for themselves simply have a “closed throat chakra”. Sir, no. It then goes on to try to sell essential oil blends for relationship healing. Because this book can’t separate selling homeopathy, essential oils, and other woowoo while discrediting the actual trauma people suffer I cannot recommend this book.

In addition to that, the narration is abysmal. The narrator is very staccato and puts entirely the wrong emphasis in the sentence. So he’ll use a tone of voice for ending a sentence in the middle of a sentence, mispronunciation, awkward breaths taken in the wrong flow. It comes across as very amateur and makes the book sound like a word salad. It doesn’t help that the actual writing is so heavily steeped in flowery language and metaphors you have to significantly struggle to make sense of what’s being said. It’s four hours of word salad.

Don’t waste your money.