When Helping Doesnt Help John Bradshaw

ISBN: 9781573882125

Published: January 1st 2008

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When Helping Doesnt Help  by  John Bradshaw

When Helping Doesnt Help by John Bradshaw
January 1st 2008 | Audio CD | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, RTF | | ISBN: 9781573882125 | 4.36 Mb

Emmy nominated talk show host and veteran philosopher, counselor, theologian and teacher, John Bradshaw, has touched and forever changed millions of lives through his best-selling books, seminars, workshops, and seven widely acclaimed PBS series.

In this remarkably honest lecture, John Bradshaw describes how codependency is often found in those in helping professions, i.e. teachers, counselors, doctors, dentists, social workers, nurses, priests, and therapists, but this recording is applicable for all helpers and rescuers. We become human doings instead of being human beings and we handicap the growth of others by not allowing them to experience any disappointment or pain and developmental triumphs. This lecture, WHEN HELPING DOESNT HELP with John Bradshaw, is recommended for personal, academic and public libraries and those searching for new ways to deal with co-dependency and offers help for the selflessness of being a helper.



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