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August 15, 2017 34 min
In this episode, Dr. Jones has an intimate discussion about her own personal journey with hurtful relationships, and how she was able to heal and reover from them. Dr. Jones explores why she is personally invested in helping people heal from painful and abusive relationships. While her toxic relationships were costly, Dr. Jones describes how a healthy support system including her therapist and her mentor and reading self-help books were extremely helpful in overcoming her trauma. The books that were helpful to Dr. Jones were both written by Susan Anderson and include: Black Swan: The Twelve Lessons of Abandonment Recovery and The Abandonment Recovery Workbook.
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