Adult Survivors of Emotionally Abusive ParentsAdult Survivors of Emotionally Abusive Parents: How to Heal, Cultivate Emotional Resilience, and Build the Life and Love You Deserve

Available March 1, 2024

Heal the pain of growing up with emotionally abusive parents, and take the first steps toward the life – and the love – you deserve.

Few things in the world have a more profound effect on your life than the parents who raised you. When your parents are pathologically self-centered, manipulative, or emotionally abusive, the pain they cause is deep and often difficult to put into words. You may experience anxiety, depression, complex post-traumatic stress disorder (C-PTSD), low self-esteem, addiction, or other mental health conditions as an adult. And you may even feel like it was somehow all your fault. But it was not your fault, and there are tools you can use to heal the trauma caused by your childhood.

From the author of the self-help hit Adult Survivors of Toxic Family Members, this compassionate guide will help you gain a greater understanding of what happened in your past; transform deep pain into emotional resilience; and build the loving, meaningful relationship with yourself that you deserve. You’ll also learn to set boundaries with others, assert your needs, and overcome emotional avoidance to develop warm, loving relationships with others.

Author Sherrie Campbell offers powerful skills drawn from a range of evidence-based treatments, including mindfulness, acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), self-compassion, lived experience, and body-based practices to help you heal from the past and reconnect with your authentic self.

A happy and healthy life is not a life without struggle – it is a journey full of meaningful lessons. Let this book guide you on the path to healing, wholeness, and self-discovery.

Available March 1, 2024, through your favorite bookstore or online at:

Amazon     Barnes and Noble
Books-a-Million     Powells     Indigo     Indie Bound
 

Adult Survivors of Toxic Family MembersAdult Survivors of Toxic Family Members: Tools to Maintain Boundaries, Deal with Criticism, and Heal from Shame After Ties Have Been Cut

Cutting ties with a toxic family member is a crucial step away from a legacy of dysfunction and toward healing and happiness. This compassionate guide will help you embrace your decision with a sense of pride, validation, and faith in yourself; and provides powerful tools for creating boundaries, coping with judgment, and overcoming self-doubt.

Do you have a toxic family member? Do you feel like cutting ties with this person – even as painful and scary as that may sound – would dramatically increase your well-being and improve your life? You’re not alone. Severing ties with a family member can be devastating; and cutting this toxic person out of your life may bring up feelings of guilt and uncertainty – especially if you feel judged by others regarding your decision. Fortunately, you can free yourself from this toxic family member in a healthy, responsible, and liberating way.

In Adult Survivors of Toxic Family Members, psychologist and toxic-family survivor Sherrie Campbell offers effective strategies for setting strong boundaries after ending contact with a toxic family member, and provides powerful tools to help you heal from shame, self-doubt, and stigma. You’ll find the validation you need to embrace your decision with pride and acknowledgement of your self-worth. You’ll learn how to let go of negative thoughts and feelings. And finally, you’ll develop the skills needed to rediscover self-care, self-love, self-reliance, and healthy loving relationships.

Whether you’re ready to sever ties with a toxic family member, or already have, this book will help guide you, every step of the way.

Available through your favorite bookstore or online at:

Amazon     Barnes and Noble
Books-a-Million     Powells     Indigo     Indie Bound
 

Your Pocket TherapistYour Pocket Therapist: Quick Hacks for Dealing with Toxic People While Empowering Yourself

Your Pocket Therapist gives readers quick and practical hacks to deal with the toxic people in their lives. Your Pocket Therapist is the powerful follow up to But It’s Your Family, providing the reader with quick hacks to deal with the toxic people in their lives, all the while empowering themselves. Each devotional within Your Pocket Therapist reads like an actual therapy session where it builds upon the strategies used to cope with toxic people. It is designed to bring the reader into a deeper and deeper understanding of the strategies being presented so they are second nature and easy to apply. Within Your Pocket Therapist, Dr. Sherrie Campbell reveals:

  • Quick hacks to dealing with toxic people
  • Practical empowerment strategies to deal with manipulation
  • Simple mindsets that equips readers to know what to do and say in toxic relationships
  • Practical steps to help readers find a way out of toxic ties
  • How to utilize withdrawal and silence as their superpowers when dealing with toxic people

Available through your favorite bookstore or online at:

Amazon     Barnes and Noble
Books-a-Million     Powells     Indigo     Indie Bound
 

But It's Your FamilyBut It’s Your Family… Cutting Ties with Toxic Family Members and Loving Yourself in the Aftermath

But It’s Your Family is a remarkable account of what it means to cut ties to toxic family abuse and thrive in the aftermath. Loving someone doesn’t always mean having a relationship with them, just like forgiveness doesn’t always mean reconciliation. Reconciling, in many cases, only sets people up for more abuse. A significant part of healing comes with accepting that this is a part of life; there are some relationships that are so poisonous that they destroy one’s ability to be healthy and function best. Dr. Sherrie Campbell clarifies how parents, adult children, siblings, grandparents, and in-laws can be toxic while giving direction on how to explain cutting ties to children and others who may not understand. When readers are able to bring closure to those toxic relationships, they give themselves the space to love those family members from a distance, as fellow human beings, with the knowledge that it is unwise to remain connected. In But It’s Your Family, readers learn how to love themselves in the process and fundamentally change their lives for the better.

Available through your favorite bookstore or online at:

Amazon     Barnes and Noble
Books-a-Million     Powells     Indigo     Indie Bound
 

Success EquationsSuccess Equations: A Path to Living an Emotionally Wealthy Life

The purpose of this book is to help you identify the behavioral patterns that will lead to success in health, wealth, and lasting happiness. Those striving for success can follow certain formulas, cultivate them as virtues, and greatly increase their chances of living authentically wealthy lives. Most anyone can be rich; anyone can make money. However, not everyone, due to more negative patterns, can become “wealthy.” When people are wealthy, they have it all. With love, family, physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual health, and the financial resources to make all other areas of life that much more satisfying, people reach the kind of success they dream of having. There are no shortcuts to success, but this book can provide the formulas you need to create the success you desire…

Available through your favorite bookstore or online at:

Amazon     Barnes and Noble
Books-a-Million     Powells     Indigo     Indie Bound
 

Loving YourselfLoving Yourself: The Mastery of Being Your Own Person

The purpose of this book is to set you free to be who you really are. As you love who you are you will find that you move through life holding your head slightly high and your chest will be expanded and open for love and receiving. Your neck will be long and lean, your throat open showing you are always ready to share and relate. You will know who you are and therefore will feel comfortable to be fully expressed. You will no longer worry about what others think of you. Why? Because you love yourself flaws and all. When you love your Self, and have your boundaries in place, there is not much that can take you off center for too long. This book encourages you to shine in your own full expression in this beautiful life where you know you are loved just for being exactly who you are.

Available through your favorite bookstore or online at:

Amazon     Barnes and Noble
Books-a-Million     Powells     Indigo     Indie Bound
 

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Adult Survivors of Emotionally Abusive ParentsAdult Survivors of Emotionally Abusive Parents: How to Heal, Cultivate Emotional Resilience, and Build the Life and Love You Deserve

Available March 1, 2024

Heal the pain of growing up with emotionally abusive parents, and take the first steps toward the life – and the love – you deserve.

Few things in the world have a more profound effect on your life than the parents who raised you. When your parents are pathologically self-centered, manipulative, or emotionally abusive, the pain they cause is deep and often difficult to put into words. You may experience anxiety, depression, complex post-traumatic stress disorder (C-PTSD), low self-esteem, addiction, or other mental health conditions as an adult. And you may even feel like it was somehow all your fault. But it was not your fault, and there are tools you can use to heal the trauma caused by your childhood.

From the author of the self-help hit Adult Survivors of Toxic Family Members, this compassionate guide will help you gain a greater understanding of what happened in your past; transform deep pain into emotional resilience; and build the loving, meaningful relationship with yourself that you deserve. You’ll also learn to set boundaries with others, assert your needs, and overcome emotional avoidance to develop warm, loving relationships with others.

Author Sherrie Campbell offers powerful skills drawn from a range of evidence-based treatments, including mindfulness, acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), self-compassion, lived experience, and body-based practices to help you heal from the past and reconnect with your authentic self.

A happy and healthy life is not a life without struggle – it is a journey full of meaningful lessons. Let this book guide you on the path to healing, wholeness, and self-discovery.

Available March 1, 2024, through your favorite bookstore or online at:

Amazon     Barnes and Noble
Books-a-Million     Powells     Indigo     Indie Bound
 

Adult Survivors of Toxic Family MembersAdult Survivors of Toxic Family Members: Tools to Maintain Boundaries, Deal with Criticism, and Heal from Shame After Ties Have Been Cut

Cutting ties with a toxic family member is a crucial step away from a legacy of dysfunction and toward healing and happiness. This compassionate guide will help you embrace your decision with a sense of pride, validation, and faith in yourself; and provides powerful tools for creating boundaries, coping with judgment, and overcoming self-doubt.

Do you have a toxic family member? Do you feel like cutting ties with this person – even as painful and scary as that may sound – would dramatically increase your well-being and improve your life? You’re not alone. Severing ties with a family member can be devastating; and cutting this toxic person out of your life may bring up feelings of guilt and uncertainty – especially if you feel judged by others regarding your decision. Fortunately, you can free yourself from this toxic family member in a healthy, responsible, and liberating way.

In Adult Survivors of Toxic Family Members, psychologist and toxic-family survivor Sherrie Campbell offers effective strategies for setting strong boundaries after ending contact with a toxic family member, and provides powerful tools to help you heal from shame, self-doubt, and stigma. You’ll find the validation you need to embrace your decision with pride and acknowledgement of your self-worth. You’ll learn how to let go of negative thoughts and feelings. And finally, you’ll develop the skills needed to rediscover self-care, self-love, self-reliance, and healthy loving relationships.

Whether you’re ready to sever ties with a toxic family member, or already have, this book will help guide you, every step of the way.

Available through your favorite bookstore or online at:

Amazon     Barnes and Noble
Books-a-Million     Powells     Indigo     Indie Bound
 

Your Pocket TherapistYour Pocket Therapist: Quick Hacks for Dealing with Toxic People While Empowering Yourself

Your Pocket Therapist gives readers quick and practical hacks to deal with the toxic people in their lives. Your Pocket Therapist is the powerful follow up to But It’s Your Family, providing the reader with quick hacks to deal with the toxic people in their lives, all the while empowering themselves. Each devotional within Your Pocket Therapist reads like an actual therapy session where it builds upon the strategies used to cope with toxic people. It is designed to bring the reader into a deeper and deeper understanding of the strategies being presented so they are second nature and easy to apply. Within Your Pocket Therapist, Dr. Sherrie Campbell reveals:

  • Quick hacks to dealing with toxic people
  • Practical empowerment strategies to deal with manipulation
  • Simple mindsets that equips readers to know what to do and say in toxic relationships
  • Practical steps to help readers find a way out of toxic ties
  • How to utilize withdrawal and silence as their superpowers when dealing with toxic people

Available through your favorite bookstore or online at:

Amazon     Barnes and Noble
Books-a-Million     Powells     Indigo     Indie Bound
 

But It's Your FamilyBut It’s Your Family… Cutting Ties with Toxic Family Members and Loving Yourself in the Aftermath

But It’s Your Family is a remarkable account of what it means to cut ties to toxic family abuse and thrive in the aftermath. Loving someone doesn’t always mean having a relationship with them, just like forgiveness doesn’t always mean reconciliation. Reconciling, in many cases, only sets people up for more abuse. A significant part of healing comes with accepting that this is a part of life; there are some relationships that are so poisonous that they destroy one’s ability to be healthy and function best. Dr. Sherrie Campbell clarifies how parents, adult children, siblings, grandparents, and in-laws can be toxic while giving direction on how to explain cutting ties to children and others who may not understand. When readers are able to bring closure to those toxic relationships, they give themselves the space to love those family members from a distance, as fellow human beings, with the knowledge that it is unwise to remain connected. In But It’s Your Family, readers learn how to love themselves in the process and fundamentally change their lives for the better.

Available through your favorite bookstore or online at:

Amazon     Barnes and Noble
Books-a-Million     Powells     Indigo     Indie Bound
 

Success EquationsSuccess Equations: A Path to Living an Emotionally Wealthy Life

The purpose of this book is to help you identify the behavioral patterns that will lead to success in health, wealth, and lasting happiness. Those striving for success can follow certain formulas, cultivate them as virtues, and greatly increase their chances of living authentically wealthy lives. Most anyone can be rich; anyone can make money. However, not everyone, due to more negative patterns, can become “wealthy.” When people are wealthy, they have it all. With love, family, physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual health, and the financial resources to make all other areas of life that much more satisfying, people reach the kind of success they dream of having. There are no shortcuts to success, but this book can provide the formulas you need to create the success you desire…

Available through your favorite bookstore or online at:

Amazon     Barnes and Noble
Books-a-Million     Powells     Indigo     Indie Bound
 

Loving YourselfLoving Yourself: The Mastery of Being Your Own Person

The purpose of this book is to set you free to be who you really are. As you love who you are you will find that you move through life holding your head slightly high and your chest will be expanded and open for love and receiving. Your neck will be long and lean, your throat open showing you are always ready to share and relate. You will know who you are and therefore will feel comfortable to be fully expressed. You will no longer worry about what others think of you. Why? Because you love yourself flaws and all. When you love your Self, and have your boundaries in place, there is not much that can take you off center for too long. This book encourages you to shine in your own full expression in this beautiful life where you know you are loved just for being exactly who you are.

Available through your favorite bookstore or online at:

Amazon     Barnes and Noble
Books-a-Million     Powells     Indigo     Indie Bound
 

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Adult Survivors of Emotionally Abusive ParentsAdult Survivors of Emotionally Abusive Parents: How to Heal, Cultivate Emotional Resilience, and Build the Life and Love You Deserve

Available March 1, 2024

Heal the pain of growing up with emotionally abusive parents, and take the first steps toward the life – and the love – you deserve.

Few things in the world have a more profound effect on your life than the parents who raised you. When your parents are pathologically self-centered, manipulative, or emotionally abusive, the pain they cause is deep and often difficult to put into words. You may experience anxiety, depression, complex post-traumatic stress disorder (C-PTSD), low self-esteem, addiction, or other mental health conditions as an adult. And you may even feel like it was somehow all your fault. But it was not your fault, and there are tools you can use to heal the trauma caused by your childhood.

From the author of the self-help hit Adult Survivors of Toxic Family Members, this compassionate guide will help you gain a greater understanding of what happened in your past; transform deep pain into emotional resilience; and build the loving, meaningful relationship with yourself that you deserve. You’ll also learn to set boundaries with others, assert your needs, and overcome emotional avoidance to develop warm, loving relationships with others.

Author Sherrie Campbell offers powerful skills drawn from a range of evidence-based treatments, including mindfulness, acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), self-compassion, lived experience, and body-based practices to help you heal from the past and reconnect with your authentic self.

A happy and healthy life is not a life without struggle – it is a journey full of meaningful lessons. Let this book guide you on the path to healing, wholeness, and self-discovery.

Available March 1, 2024, through your favorite bookstore or online at:

Amazon     Barnes and Noble
Books-a-Million     Powells     Indigo     Indie Bound
 

Adult Survivors of Toxic Family Members

Adult Survivors of Toxic Family Members: Tools to Maintain Boundaries, Deal with Criticism, and Heal from Shame After Ties Have Been Cut

Cutting ties with a toxic family member is a crucial step away from a legacy of dysfunction and toward healing and happiness. This compassionate guide will help you embrace your decision with a sense of pride, validation, and faith in yourself; and provides powerful tools for creating boundaries, coping with judgment, and overcoming self-doubt.

Do you have a toxic family member? Do you feel like cutting ties with this person – even as painful and scary as that may sound – would dramatically increase your well-being and improve your life? You’re not alone. Severing ties with a family member can be devastating; and cutting this toxic person out of your life may bring up feelings of guilt and uncertainty – especially if you feel judged by others regarding your decision. Fortunately, you can free yourself from this toxic family member in a healthy, responsible, and liberating way.

In Adult Survivors of Toxic Family Members, psychologist and toxic-family survivor Sherrie Campbell offers effective strategies for setting strong boundaries after ending contact with a toxic family member, and provides powerful tools to help you heal from shame, self-doubt, and stigma. You’ll find the validation you need to embrace your decision with pride and acknowledgement of your self-worth. You’ll learn how to let go of negative thoughts and feelings. And finally, you’ll develop the skills needed to rediscover self-care, self-love, self-reliance, and healthy loving relationships.

Whether you’re ready to sever ties with a toxic family member, or already have, this book will help guide you, every step of the way.

Available through your favorite bookstore or online at:

Amazon     Barnes and Noble
Books-a-Million     Powells     Indigo     Indie Bound
 

Your Pocket Therapist

Your Pocket Therapist: Quick Hacks for Dealing with Toxic People While Empowering Yourself

Your Pocket Therapist gives readers quick and practical hacks to deal with the toxic people in their lives. Your Pocket Therapist is the powerful follow up to But It’s Your Family, providing the reader with quick hacks to deal with the toxic people in their lives, all the while empowering themselves. Each devotional within Your Pocket Therapist reads like an actual therapy session where it builds upon the strategies used to cope with toxic people. It is designed to bring the reader into a deeper and deeper understanding of the strategies being presented so they are second nature and easy to apply. Within Your Pocket Therapist, Dr. Sherrie Campbell reveals:

  • Quick hacks to dealing with toxic people
  • Practical empowerment strategies to deal with manipulation
  • Simple mindsets that equips readers to know what to do and say in toxic relationships
  • Practical steps to help readers find a way out of toxic ties
  • How to utilize withdrawal and silence as their superpowers when dealing with toxic people

Available through your favorite bookstore or online at:

Amazon     Barnes and Noble
Books-a-Million     Powells     Indigo     Indie Bound
 

But It's Your Family

But It’s Your Family… Cutting Ties with Toxic Family Members and Loving Yourself in the Aftermath

But It’s Your Family is a remarkable account of what it means to cut ties to toxic family abuse and thrive in the aftermath. Loving someone doesn’t always mean having a relationship with them, just like forgiveness doesn’t always mean reconciliation. Reconciling, in many cases, only sets people up for more abuse. A significant part of healing comes with accepting that this is a part of life; there are some relationships that are so poisonous that they destroy one’s ability to be healthy and function best. Dr. Sherrie Campbell clarifies how parents, adult children, siblings, grandparents, and in-laws can be toxic while giving direction on how to explain cutting ties to children and others who may not understand. When readers are able to bring closure to those toxic relationships, they give themselves the space to love those family members from a distance, as fellow human beings, with the knowledge that it is unwise to remain connected. In But It’s Your Family, readers learn how to love themselves in the process and fundamentally change their lives for the better.

Available through your favorite bookstore or online at:

Amazon     Barnes and Noble
Books-a-Million     Powells     Indigo     Indie Bound
 

Success Equations

Success Equations: A Path to Living an Emotionally Wealthy Life

The purpose of this book is to help you identify the behavioral patterns that will lead to success in health, wealth, and lasting happiness. Those striving for success can follow certain formulas, cultivate them as virtues, and greatly increase their chances of living authentically wealthy lives. Most anyone can be rich; anyone can make money. However, not everyone, due to more negative patterns, can become “wealthy.” When people are wealthy, they have it all. With love, family, physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual health, and the financial resources to make all other areas of life that much more satisfying, people reach the kind of success they dream of having. There are no shortcuts to success, but this book can provide the formulas you need to create the success you desire…

Available through your favorite bookstore or online at:

Amazon     Barnes and Noble
Books-a-Million     Powells     Indigo     Indie Bound
 

Loving Yourself

Loving Yourself: The Mastery of Being Your Own Person

The purpose of this book is to set you free to be who you really are. As you love who you are you will find that you move through life holding your head slightly high and your chest will be expanded and open for love and receiving. Your neck will be long and lean, your throat open showing you are always ready to share and relate. You will know who you are and therefore will feel comfortable to be fully expressed. You will no longer worry about what others think of you. Why? Because you love yourself flaws and all. When you love your Self, and have your boundaries in place, there is not much that can take you off center for too long. This book encourages you to shine in your own full expression in this beautiful life where you know you are loved just for being exactly who you are.

Available through your favorite bookstore or online at:

Amazon     Barnes and Noble
Books-a-Million     Powells     Indigo     Indie Bound
 

Yorba Linda Self-Esteem Counseling, Relationship Counseling in Yorba Linda, CA - Sherrie Campbell, Ph.D. - Beauty In Beauty Out 2015 Honoree

ConnectConnect with Dr. Sherrie, get news, reviews, insights, tips, and access Dr. Sherrie's interview with Jack Canfield to learn how you can cut ties with toxic family members and move forward in your relationships and with healthy self-love and true happiness!
ConnectConnect with Dr. Sherrie, get news, reviews, insights, tips, and access Dr. Sherrie's interview with Jack Canfield to learn how you can cut ties with toxic family members and move forward in your relationships and with healthy self-love and true happiness!