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Ya No Seas Codependiente: Aprende a Ocuparte de Ti Mismo

Ya No Seas Codependiente: Aprende a Ocuparte de Ti Mismo


Ya No Seas Codependiente: Aprende a Ocuparte de Ti Mismo

ratings:
4.5/5 (90 ratings)
Length:
1 hour
Released:
Jan 1, 2004
ISBN:
9786070020117
Format:
Audiobook

Description

Cuántica Activa Audiolibros se enorgullece en presentar el audiolibro en español “Ya No Seas Codependiente” : Basada en su experiencia personal, Melody Beattie dice que, “una persona codependiente es aquella que ha permitido que la conducta de otras personas la afecte, y que además, se obsesiona con controlar la conducta de otras personas.” “Este audiolibro no trata de cómo ayudar a tu alcohólico o persona problemática. Trata de tu responsabilidad más importante y quizá más abandonada: el cuidado de ti mismo. Trata acerca de lo que tu puedes hacer para empezar a sentirte mejor”. • ¿Te sientes responsable de los demás? • ¿Te involucras en los problemas de los demás y no resuelves tus problemas? • ¿Te ocupas tanto de otros y no te acuerdas de ti? • ¿Sientes la necesidad de controlar a los demás y a las situaciones?
Released:
Jan 1, 2004
ISBN:
9786070020117
Format:
Audiobook

About the author

Melody Beattie is the New York Times bestselling author of Codependent No More, Beyond Codependency, and The Lessons of Love.


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  • (3/5)
    I like this book, which does not make it easy to read. It is written clearly, and is straightforward, yet it is at times difficult to maintain focus. The stories are paramount, though none will identify will them all. Read it. Find the pearls.A Very Personal Perspective: I finally launched (well, compared to the tentative perusal I previously managed) into Codependent No More today. The initial pages of conversations with codependents are as expected in that they are generally about partners of alcoholics. Not only do I not identify with this, but despite my intellectual understanding of the fact that it isn't about the alcoholism, I dread each story. When you see nothing in common with the stories, it is difficult to find motivation to continue. By page 32, I am most thoroughly disenchanted with the conversations, although the "brief history" of the concept and naming of codependence is mildly interesting, based on the minimal description. And then on page 36, the author inks a single sentence definition of codependency. And I begin to pay attention."A codependent person is one who has let another person's behavior affect him or her, and who is obsessed with controlling that person's behavior."By page 37, I am interested when the author acknowledges that she is not an expert on codependence, and does not know for a fact if it is an illness. And as she offers to continue the "brief history", it is evident that she is passionate about what is and is not real with regard to this apparently self-destructive predisposition. As she goes on to describe codependence, I am struck by the thought that she is describing every compassionate human being that ever lived, every humanitarian that made a difference, and every individual who ever reached out a hand to a person in need. I am reminded of a quote that has personified me and haunted me for most of my adult life."your greatest strength can become your greatest weakness." And I am compelled to read on, for how can something so purely benevolent become something so utterly self-destructive? I know that I am looking for an answer, and yet it is unlikely that I will find one. For if I have learned anything in this world, it is that there are no silver bullets, no ultimate solutions to end human mistakes, discomfort and error, to end human suffering and stagnation, or to remove roadblocks to human progress. There are only conversations and possibilities. Ultimately, we must choose our conversations, opt to expand our thoughts, and fearlessly open up to the possibilities. And so I read on.
  • (5/5)
    I like this book and feel that it will be like a bible to me during my trying times. I feel it is a good reference and go to and was very helpful to my situation and the possiblity of handling future situations for me. I enjoy the storyies she includes and can relate to some, not all of them. However everyone goes through things in their life differently. The way she has written this book I think most anyone going through this would benefit from reading. This was recommended to me by my thereapist and I am truly glad she recommended it.
  • (2/5)
    Since its inception in 1979, the word codependency has come to be a condition that effects more people than many may realize. The author attempts to define and demonstrate the characteristics of this condition, and how one may attempt to cope with it.
  • (5/5)
    This book will help you to stop your dependency on other people. It explains how to deal with frustrations and ruined hopes, how to stop blaming others for your own misery, and finally it teaches you how to be happy and appreciate your own freedom. The writer is talking about her own life experience going into emotional details that probably known to you. The book gives strength to be responsible for your own life. I have not read anything better on the dependency topic. It is a highly recommended book by substance abuse professionals.
  • (3/5)
    The message of this book is important. Anyone can become codependent and it is a good tool to be able to recognize the signs and symptoms in oneself and to move forward in healthy relationship dynamics. Beattie's rambling writing style is not my favorite. The body of the work could benefit from some headings and bullet points. I recommend (at least for skimming) if there are any hints of codependency in one's personal relationships, workplace dynamics, family, or friend groups.
  • (5/5)
    A good, basic, all-around self-help book. This one is a great start for anyone with unhealthy patterns and long strings of horrible relationships.The original target audience for this book (and its concepts) were significant others of alcoholics. Yet many (including myself) have found the patterns of a codependent apply to anyone with unhealthy attachments to others.At the time I read this, I was just getting out of a bad marriage. I was terribly depressed to the point of being near-non-functional. This book gave me some basic building blocks for climbing that first step towards sanity. I learned I didn't have to be absorbed by someone else to be happy. I learned I needed to take care of myself first, then others.With a little imagination, the basic dynamics detailed in this book can also be seen in social dynamics of larger groups. The unhealthy clinging, manipulations, and drama that lead to petty infighting (in smaller groups) and political dysfunction (on a societal scale).
  • (4/5)
    This is one of those books that I need to re-read every so often. There is a great deal of information I can use...I just need to be willing to take the time and review it.
  • (4/5)
    Very helpful, sound advice. Includes anecdotes from recovering codependents, to highlight that we are not alone in our struggles with relationship issues.
  • (5/5)
    I would totally recommend this book to anyone who is a child of an alcoholic or has a parent with drug addiction issues. If you believe that a book can literally change your life, this book is for you. I read this at my mother's request when I was a teenager, and have read it several times since. It was probably the sole reason I am where I'm at today. I read this book and it was like a light came on in my world. I could finally see that there were other people out there like me who had the same feelings of insecurity and doubt. It showed me a better way to live.
  • (4/5)
    very helpful, straight to the point, clearly describes disease,self diagnoises,help ful, inspirational, motivational,
  • (4/5)
    Buen libro para analizar el tema de la codependencia personal
  • (5/5)
    Excelente libro muy recomendado para comenzar el principio de uno mismo
  • (1/5)
    Libro que no aporta nada valioso, tiene una idea muy marcada sobre que las mujeres son codependientes pero creo que no ayuda mucho su punto de vista ya que lo veo como negativo y te busca inducir a que ciertas situaciones sean vistas de esa forma.
    Nota: La Persona que lo esta narrando me genero estrés y me fue repulsivo estar escuchando como tragaba saliva cada cierto tiempo
  • (5/5)
    Buenos ejemplos y bien explicado, algunas cosas son recordatorios pero muy importantes de tener en conciencia.
  • (5/5)
    Un libro alentador! Donde identifica claramente lo momento donde la codependencia sale a relucir
  • (5/5)
    Un buen libro que aterriza el concepto de codependencia de manera clara y prescisa.
  • (4/5)
    How to untangle yourself from your own needs in a relationship and start being nice to yourself.
  • (3/5)
    Review is of Spanish audiobook version - Este libro tiene ideas buenas pero también no tan profundas. Los conceptos que se abordaban son algunos que se puede encontrar en cualquier blog o sitio web sobre el amor propio y codependencia. Nos daba consejo pero sin muchos ejemplos concretos ni explicación científica ni habla del proceso y el tiempo requisito de manera realista. La narradora también de este audiolibro narra con tanta exageración, que a mi distrae. Todo suena como un podcast de opinión más que sea una guía desarrollada de investigación ni experiencia personal