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But Your Mother Loves You - How to Overcome the Cycle of Toxic Love and Live Your Life Without Shame - cover

But Your Mother Loves You - How to Overcome the Cycle of Toxic Love and Live Your Life Without Shame

LCSW Honeycutt

Publisher: Morgan James Publishing

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Summary

From shame expert, former TEDx speaker, and Founder of icuTalks speaking ministry
Presents a story for people of how to stop waiting for the armless to hug them 
Teaches readers how to stop treating themselves the same way their abuser does
Shares 8 strategies for readers to reject shame instead of themselves
Features concrete methods for how to walk away from toxic shame
Lays out clear methods on how to stop expecting loved ones to change
Solid teachings on how to avoid being motivated by hopeless hope
Includes excellent psychological information to free readers from toxicity written in a non-clinical style 
Describes how readers can stop seeing someone else’s deflection as their reflection
From the teachings of a psychotherapist: how to stop expecting healthy behavior from unhealthy people

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