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Let Go Now: Embrace Detachment as a Path to Freedom (Codependency, Al-Anon, Meditations) by Karen Casey

Let Go Now: Embrace Detachment as a Path to Freedom (Codependency, Al-Anon, Meditations) by Karen Casey

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Meditations and Reflections to Help End Codependence      

“In 200 short, straightforward daily lessons illustrating the many forms that detachment can take in one’s life. Casey’s latest is an easy reference guide for those seeking recovery or peace.”—Publishers Weekly

#1 New Release in Personality Disorders and Twelve-Step Programs

Do you ever feel like you might be giving other people too much power over your mood? Do you find yourself feeling immobilized by expectations and demands? The cure for facing codependence, says Karen Casey, is detachment.

Control your life by letting go. When we remove codependent behavior from our lives, we discover a life of balance and freedom. Whether you find yourself tempted to become enmeshed in other people’s problems or rushing to their rescue, Casey reminds us to stop controlling behavior—that we cannot control anyone or anything beyond ourselves.

What is codependency and detachment? Inside, you’ll find gems of insight for every stage of your codependence recovery journey. Through 200 recovery meditations and reflections, Casey explores how to set boundaries, control emotions, face attachment issues in adults, and more. Inspirational and easy to read, Let Go Now guides us away from taking care of others, and toward taking care of ourselves.

If you’re looking for a codependent book or an attachment book—like Melody Beattie books, The Power of Letting Go  Codependent No More, or The Language of Letting Go book—you’ll love Let Go Now.

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  • Karen Casey

    I was born in Lafayette, IN and moved to Minneapolis, MN in 1964. I taught elementary school for a few years and then pursued a graduate degree at the University of MN. I graduated with a Ph.D. in 1979. I published my first book, EACH DAY A NEW BEGINNING: DAILY MEDITATIONS FOR WOMEN with Hazelden Publishing in 1982. It has been followed by the publication of 29 other books, the most recent of which is Each Day A Renewed Beginning: Meditations for a Peaceful Journey which was written during the quarantine. These meditations focus entirely on finding greater peace within the moments of each day. See www.womens-spirituality.com for a complete listing and description of each of my books. My focus as a writer is on the development of spiritual growth and strengthening one's twelve step recovery, and my personal experience is what I rely on, coupled with the wisdom I glean from the many people I walk among in the rooms of AA and Al-Anon. When I am not in front of the computer writing, I am likely giving a lecture or doing a workshop some where. I have spoken to tens of thousands world-wide over my 46 year tenure in recovery rooms. From each experience my gratitude grows. And from each experience, my commitment grows to continue doing what brings my life such joy.