Jacqueline Williams is the author of The Retreat, Finding Home and Promises. She is a recipient of the Oprah Angel Network Award and has had the pleasure of dining with former President Clinton. Williams lives with her three children in New Jersey.
The author has a degree in Human Resources Management and has worked as a Human Resources executive for fifteen years before quitting to pursue writing full time. Additionally, Ms. Williams has owned and operated several small businesses including the non-profit organization Urban Education Cooperative.
After enduring more than her share of codependent relationships, author Jacqueline Williams knew she needed to change her behavior patterns. Through a great deal of soul-searching, therapy, and prayer, Williams came to understand her codependency and how to eradicate it from her relationships.
Written especially for women, Confessions of a Codependent: How to Identify and Eliminate Unhealthy Relationships defines codependent relationships, explains why they are so self-destructive, and explores why these relationships can at times lead to physical violence.
Confessions of a Codependent shares other women's stories of codependent, abusive, and/or dysfunctional relationships, as well as the ways these women were able to leave them and move on to healthier partnerships. Confessions of a Codependent also includes practical advice on how to recognize signs that your relationship may be heading toward emotional and/or physical abuse, how to move away from self-defeating and self-destructive behaviors, and resources that you can use to escape a codependent relationship.
If you're struggling in your current relationship and feel trapped by codependency, break the cycle with Confessions of a Codependent!