A Three-Step Plan to Break Free from Denial and Discover the Life You
On Sale: May 5, 2009
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World-renowned interventionist Ken Seeley, one of the hosts
of A&E's hit television series Intervention, has
spent the past twenty years helping people and their
families deal with and overcome life-threatening addictions.
His clients have ranged from the homeless to
multimillionaires, each needing professional help with every
problem imaginable, including alcoholism, drug dependency,
excessive gambling, sexual addiction, abusive behavior, and
mental disorders. A few years into his career, Ken realized
that the one common characteristic with each of his clients
was denial. He has since built his success on a proven
program for pinpointing and dealing with this core issue.
Whether coping with a severe or a soft addiction, a
life-threatening situation, or just an impediment to true
happiness, we're all in denial about something.
might be small and seemingly innocent, such as the fact that
you're not trying to excel in your job as much as you could
or should be. Or it could be much larger and even
potentially lethal, such as a full-blown addiction that at
this very moment is destroying your life. The truth is, no
matter who you are, no matter how small or large your
problems may seem, denial is holding you back from living
your life to the fullest.
Denial is the number one
symptom of addiction. It's the mask that lets addicts ignore
and avoid the consequences of their actions. But what most
people don't know is that denial is also the fuel that
creates an addiction in the first place—as well as nearly
every other disorder, behavior, and habit that can
negatively affect your life. In Face It and Fix It,
Seeley leads readers through a three-step process to remove
life-damaging denial in order to live balanced and healthy
lives. He helps readers first to identify life-damaging
behaviors; next he gives the tools necessary to break down
the walls that denial builds up over time; and finally he
shows how to maintain balanced lives and relationships.
Whether you're looking for help for someone you love or
struggling with an addiction of your own, Face It and Fix
It will leave you with a greater sense of self-awareness
and the skills you need to both improve your relationships
and to live the life you deserve.
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