Nov 26, 2022
An Adult Child's Guide to What's Normal
Posted by John C. Friel Linda D. Friel

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  • Title: An Adult Child's Guide to What's Normal
  • Author: John C. Friel Linda D. Friel
  • ISBN: 9781558740907
  • Page: 218
  • Format: Paperback
[PDF] An Adult Child's Guide to What's Normal | by ï John C. Friel Linda D. Friel, An Adult Child's Guide to What's Normal, John C. Friel Linda D. Friel, An Adult Child s Guide to What s Normal You have begun to deal with the pain and trauma of being raised in a dysfunctional family and now you are ready to lead a healthy life But Do you know what healthy people do Do you know what is normal Do you know how to ask unwanted guests to leave In An Adult Child s Guide to What s Normal John and Linda Friel have written a practical guide to living a hea

[PDF] An Adult Child's Guide to What's Normal | by ï John C. Friel Linda D. Friel - An Adult Child's Guide to What's Normal, An Adult Child s Guide to What s Normal You have begun to deal with the pain and trauma of being raised in a dysfunctional family and now you are ready to lead a healthy life But Do you know what healthy people do Do you know what is normal

Susan

A solid resource for people who have moved far enough along in their healing journey to understand that their recovery is their responsibility but are stuck on what the next steps are I appreciated that the authors took such a compassionate approach to the work I also liked that they used phrases such as we struggle with indicating that they had not just book learning but firsthand knowledge of the situation Finally, it was great that the writers took the approach of here are some ideas, use wha [...]


Mark Woodland

I read this book and still lack a good sense of what constitutes normal Though the book spends a goodly number of pages trying to explain what it is, and that we may well be normal than we think we are, I personally am left with the feeling that I m not One of my qualities is an inherent desire for my own individuality perhaps this book wasn t the best choice.


Baerana

Excellent guide for grownups who suffered abuse as children a useful tool in learning how to set boundaries, and basically, just learn, what is normal When you grow up abused, you don t know if some acts are ok or abusive, and this really helps.


Sarah

I would give it 4 but I disliked the religious connection this book had inside.


Traci

I read skimmed this on a flight It was an easy read and gave some good, practical advise reassurance for handling certain situations with sick family members.


Crystal Oros

At times I found it hard to read this book, but that was only because some parts were a bit confronting for me and how I viewed those around me I was quite surprised by some of the things that were considered dysfunctional but I took the time to reflect on what was relevant to me All in all I am glad I read this book and its given me a better perspective of how to handle some of lifes challenges.


Carrie

Overall, this book was good It was a fast read and it had some good tips and suggestions I like that the authors attitude was to take only what works for you out of it and leave the rest I didn t like that they seemed to think a lot of issues needed professional help or therapy, otherwise the issues would never be resolved I disagree with that The book was still enlightening and useful for gaining insights into relationships.


Kristi

This book was okay I think the title is fairly misleading I d rename it Boundaries for people who had dysfunctional childhoods It has some decent advice and I would definitely recommend it for a client who was in this situation and needed help with boundaries.


DaughterDaDa

Interesting discussions about what is considered normal behavior as na adult However, written by therapists, their solution to most difficulties is get into therapy.


Jennifer B

I wish I d known about this when I first started my program


Madeline

Very informative and an easy read.


Brenda

This is a very helpful reference for dealing with the traps we fall into However, I had to admit I came from a dysfunctional family, and be in therapy, before the advice made sense.



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