If You Leave Me, Can I Come with You? (Paperback)

Daily Meditations for Codependents and Al-Anons . . . with a Sense of Humor

By Misti B.

Hazelden Publishing, 9781616496159, 384pp.

Publication Date: August 3, 2015

Other Editions of This Title:
Paperback (5/28/2014)

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Description

Daily meditations that provide healing insight with a lighthearted touch into the common struggles that codependents and those in Al-Anon frequently face.

“By the time I’d gotten to Al-Anon… people responded with ‘Thank God,’ or ‘It’s about time.’ I wasn’t a horrible person. It’s not like I had buried bodies under my floorboards. I was just a little dramatic and a tiny bit controlling.” –Misti B.

Most people in the throes of codependency’s problematic behaviors typically don’t see their plight as a laughing matter. And yet, judging by the peals of laughter often heard coming out of Twelve Step meeting rooms, many eventually do find the humor in their self-defeating thoughts and actions.

If You Leave Me, Can I Come with You? is full of refreshingly original meditations for each day of the year. Infusing her wisdom with self-revealing honesty and humor, Misti B. provides healing insight with a lighthearted touch into the common struggles that codependents and those in Al-Anon frequently face. Issues such as people pleasing, lack of boundaries, and perfectionism don’t have to overwhelm us if we work a solid Twelve Step program and learn not to take ourselves so seriously. Misti B. shows how to do both, delivering the right mix of support, inspiration, and healthy irreverence.


About the Author

Misti B. is a writer, producer, and seasoned traveler on the arduous road of recovery. A graduate of Pepperdine University, Misti B. has had a successful career as a writer, director of a feature film and live theater. Misti B. brings her humor along in this meditation book to help those in Al-Anon and those with codependency issues gain insight, lighten-up and laugh. She weaves her own experiences into this book revealing her funny, vulnerable and imperfect self.