By Susan Anderson
Reviewed by Niki Hilsabeck
Picture the following scenarios:
It’s late at night, and you’ve got a looming deadline for work — yet, instead of getting your work done, you’re scrolling through social media, or mindlessly watching TV.
You’ve promised yourself you’d start eating more healthfully, but can’t resist that morning stop for fast food on the way to your job.
After a fight with your significant other, you stop to do some shopping and find yourself mindlessly filling your cart with items you don’t need, but can’t seem to help purchasing anyway.
If you’ve found yourself repeatedly in any of these situations, you may be struggling with that most bedeviling of obstacles: self-sabotage.
In her newly reprinted book Taming Your Outer Child: Overcoming Self-Sabotage and Healing from Abandonment, Susan Anderson aims to help you get to know the culprit behind your behavior, and begin a program to get yourself on the right track.