515JWuDOgiL._SX312_BO1,204,203,200_Many people are unsure of how to break free from co-dependence. I provide tools that help people make the transition successfully from co-dependence to a healthy state of interdependence. I discuss the mind/body connection and how yoga, laughter, mirror work, and animal therapy can help heal damaged personal boundaries. You’ll also learn why we keep choosing the people we do for relationships.

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About the Author

My name is George Araiza. I have recently published books that are designed to help people release trauma and addictive behavior from their lives. I will also be publishing books on the subject of international business, effective communication, and how to have a successful relationship with anyone. I will also be publishing a book that will help people to talk to anyone about anything with confidence.

I graduated from UCLA cum laude with a B.A. in History. I also studied psychology, sociology, and feminism. I’m also the author of several blogs that discuss how to lead a happy, balanced, and successful life.

One Response

  1. Dude – spelling matters. On your cover, you have Co-Depence (not a word), and INTERdependent – which means dependent on another person.

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