Do you love an alcoholic?
Q: Are you abandoning yourself to be able to love him?
Each day we have choices—even in love. But, as codependents, we often need daily reminders to make choices that prioritize ourselves. We come to realize it’s our responsibility to help ourselves heal from all we have suffered in an alcoholic-codependent relationship.
Let this book be your guide back to healing and wholeness. Read and wee how self-knowledge is power, and freedom is the gift we give ourselves.
From Grace’s survivor wisdom, be inspired to courageously place yourself in the center of your own life.
In this book, you’ll receive:
- A deeper understanding of the alcoholic-codependent relationship
- The best ways to bounce back from a “codependent bottom”
- Ideas to practice detachment more effectively
- A 3-Week Self-Study, “Self-Love Solution” Journaling Course
- A 4-Day Sample Daily Reader to start your self-love journey
- 200+ strategies to break free of a trauma bond with an alcoholic
- 50+ affirmations full of empowerment and wisdom
- New insights for overcoming the toxic trio: codependency, love-addiction, and trauma bonds
Know that you are not alone in this transformative journey and that we all need the courage to change.
So, come learn, heal, and grow—with Grace.
Find some answers to the question: How Do You Love An Alcoholic WITHOUT Losing Yourself?
Grace W. Wroldson is a mother, author, survivor, thriver, certified life coach, and an award-winning author of several self-help books on Amazon. Start your self-love journey with her first book of essential lessons in So, You Love an Alcoholic?: Lessons for a Codependent, and maintain your commitment to your recovery in her follow-up book, I Loved an Alcoholic, But Hated the Drinking: 11 Essential Strategies to Survive Codependency and Live in Recovery with Self-Love.
Helpful books for women who love alcoholics:
I write for women so they don’t have to spend their entire lifetime suffering unloved, unfulfilled, lives without self-love. We CAN have shifts in thinking, beliefs, and mindsets that contribute to making better choices (or discovering our choices). Most importantly, there can be lessons learned. Then, with recovery, healing can happen with courage through connection, knowledge, and wisdom. xo- Grace
25 POWERFUL LESSONS in . . .
Book 1: So, You Love an Alcoholic?: Lessons for a Codependent (paperback, Kindle, and Audible
Book 2: I Loved an Alcoholic, But Hated the Drinking: 11 Essential Strategies to Survive Codependency and Live in Recovery with Self-Love
How do you NOT lose yourself when loving an alcoholic?