Homecoming, reclaiming and championing your inner child, by John Bradshaw, thank you to the friend that recommended it to me. I just got it out of the library, and it choked me up on the first page! I see what you mean about it being a "crier." But in the very best way. I feel like I have a mountain of chocolate just waiting to be eaten, lol. Feel so blessed and supported, and so grateful just to know that there is a whole world of resources out there for people who are going through what I'm going through. I was reflecting today about what a gift the term "co-dependent" has been for me, contrary to what I'd normally think. Far from limiting me, it's opened up a whole world of understanding, accepting, and working with the problems that I always felt I had, but couldn't make sense of. Thank you universe, and friends :)
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