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Enabler : when helping harms
Enabler when helping harms
Author: Angelyn Miller
ISBN-13: 9780345368485
ISBN-10: 0345368487
Publication Date: 9/13/1990
Pages: 128
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3.5 stars, based on 2 ratings
Publisher: Ballantine Books
Book Type: Paperback
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Co-dependency can and does exist even in families where there is no substance abuse present. Enabling is a major part of the co-dependency/dependency cyles in realtionships. Angelyn Miller uses her own family and her own experiences to tell how she came tot he painful realization that she was an enabler.

"This is a great testimonial to the benefits that are possible when you recognize that you are an enabler." Jennifer P. Schneider, M.D.
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Great information on how one enables dependency of alcoholics, children, depressed people, etc. I frequently shared my copies with my therapy clients.