Nice guys often finish last. In this powerful lecture, John Bradshaw exposes the hidden and frequently destructive forces behind the façade of being the “nice guy.” From our earliest years we learn that we are rewarded with acceptance for being “nice,” at the expense of being denied the expression of our true feelings, of being who we really are.
Pia defines and discusses the nature of boundaries including their purpose, composition and how they function. She then continues to discuss how to set up a working system so that you can protect yourself and have a better sense of who you are. As Pia has worked with boundaries over the decades she has modified and expanded the concept of internal boundaries. This set includes the original two CD set and two new CDs. This material is from a lecture and is not returnable.
Pia explores the concept of boundaries in daily spiritual life in this single CD. Functional internal and external boundaries are the basis for spiritual life and essential parts of recovery. This material is from a lecture and is not returnable
The Journey from Addiction to Recovery in Relationships is a four CD set. Pia describes the internal dynamics in addictive relationships, how codependence sets up these dynamics and how to have healthy relationships. This material is from a lecture and is not returnable
This is a three CD set that explores the issue of parenting. Pia discusses healthy vs. unhealthy parenting. She also discusses how to heal and re-parent the inner wounded child and how to effectively parent our own children no matter what their ages. This material is from a lecture and is not returnable.
Pia outlines the debilitating toxic patterns played out by love addicts and the unresponsive love avoidants to whom they are painfully and repeatedly drawn. She presents a realistic positive process for recovery. This material is from a lecture and is not returnable
Pia addresses recovery in a way that makes it possible to see where you are in this process. This single CD covers the stages of recovery as well as recovery from the standpoint of five concurrent processes. This material is from a lecture and is not returnable