A powerful workshop-in-a-book for healing from loss
One day everything is fine. The next, you find yourself without everything you took for granted. Love has turned sour. The people you depended on have let you down. You feel you’ll never love again.
But there is a way out. In The Abandonment Recovery Workbook, psychotherapist and abandonment expert Susan Anderson explores the seemingly endless pain of heartbreak and shows readers how to break freewhether the heartbreak comes from divorce, a breakup, a death, or the loss of friendship, health, a job, or a dream.
The Abandonment Recovery Workbook provides an itinerary for recovery. A manual for individual or support group use, it includes exercises that the author has tested and developed through her years of expertise in abandonment recovery.
Anderson provides concrete recovery tools and exercises to discover and heal underlying issues, identify self-defeating behaviors of mistrust and insecurity, and build self-esteem. Guiding you through the five stages of your journeyshattering, withdrawal, internalizing, rage, and liftingthis book (a new edition of Anderson’s Journey from Heartbreak to Connection) serves as as a source of strength. You will come away with a new sense of selfa self with an increased capacity to love.
Midwest Book Review
Praise for Susan Anderson’s The Journey from Abandonment to Healing:
“If there can be a pill to cure the heartbreak of rejection, this book may be it.”
Rabbi Harold Kushner, bestselling author of When Bad Things Happen to Good People
Praise for Susan Anderson’s Taming Your Outer Child:
“This book will be an enormous help to anyone looking to let go of past disappointments and self-recrimination and get on with the essential work of healing, building boundaries, and acquiring the skills to reach your goals. I hope you will read it and do the exercises it provides.”
John Bradshaw, #1 New York Times bestselling author of Homecoming
“Groundbreaking ” PsychologyToday.com
“A helpful scenario, requiring determination and commitment, for dealing with difficult issues. This will appeal to readers seeking change.”
“Aa valuable tool for healing.”