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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 31, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Scrapbook Page4 New Texas December Sharpshooter Best ffr ends Topping the deer hunters kills in Comal County with nine bucks and does in three hunting seasons is Edith shown with her 3030 Winchester and sixpoint Ediths husband Max former mayor and city council said he will challenge her record of nine deer in three suc cessive seasons with any local deer Until her suc cessful Edith had never before handled a The Winklers hunt on the Rompel Jack Price of who will be featured as Artist of the Month through Feburary at the New Braunfels Art League Arts Center Gallery in Walnut Square shopping plays with a blonde beauty he rescued from traffic in the The affec tionate cockertype pup will be at Prices home and availabe for adoption Prices oil of a squirrel peeks out at top righto the Photos by Frances Bridges Winter visitors Artist off the Month Eleanor is a winter visitor from South and a sixmonth resident in New Braunfels at The Other She and her husband arrive each year in November and stay stay through He golfs and she spends her time with volunteer work at the Senior Citizen Center and the Sophienburg Ar This is the Hansons 18th winter here and her 15th year of volunteer Shes shown with Naomi Home Care They are preparing card files for the Surplus Commodities given to participants in the Elderly Nutrition Sheila featured artist for December by the New Braunfels Art shows one of her favorite oil Her oil and watercolor paintings and folk art decorations continue to be on display at the Arts Cente Walnut Square open 10 a m Tuesdays through Saturdays r Gallery 646 to 5 p m Therapy sessions seek to bolster womens selfworth Ohio AP The subject of women who love too much has exploded onto the market in books and on television talk but some say it is a behavioral pat tern that has always Women who love too much are a phenomenon about womens relationships of all said Elizabeth a Methodist minister who leads several therapy groups for Its catching on now because weve found a way to control Codependency is the clinical name for women who love too who land in abusive or manipulative relationships because they lack the selfesteem to be suffi ciently Books about it have been around for about 10 Reed but the issue was focus ed by Robin Norwoods 1985 Women Who Love Too largely because of its ti which can lead to physical and mental is a learned behavior that is perpetuated in American society by the church and Reed Our parents teach us to be nice little girls to take care of others before we take care of she She contends that womens personalities are molded this way as and many never develop their own Women who look outside themselves for selfworth and identity seek reassurance from outside things and other she They set themselves up for confusion and Codependency can manifest itself as chronic gastrointestinal problems and she Men can also be but its not as common as with women and is shown in other Reed Men are more con cerned with impression which is demonstrated in on the job and or The Womens Diagnostic Center of the Mount Carmel Medical Center recently began a sixweek seminar on The 15person limit was reached so quickly that a second group was Most of the women registered for the seminar belong to other support such as Children of CHOICES for battered women or Incest Survivors At the groups first several women clutched paperback copies of Women Who Love Top which is the name given the Two women had traveled 80 miles from Cambridge to As Reed described some primary characteristics of codependent par ticipants nodded in They recognized relationship cl inging relationships and the need to feel in Loving too much puts us out of touch with our own feelings because we keep wanting to please Reed told the One woman participants are not asked to identify themselves Ive been in bad relationships and 1 keep making the same Im a child of an alcoholic and now Im married to an said Trying to hold back another woman told the I was abused when 1 was a child and now my husband abuses But 1 still love I just want to know Reed told the group that the only way to overcome codependency is to first unders tand and recognize The term codependency came out of an alcohol abuse context to describe the spouse of an she saidA number of books were written about but it wasnt until the mid1970s that books began to ap pear describing partners of alcoholics and their Most of us have an addiction to and women tend to have an ad diction to even when they are she said Codependents try to nurture their mate while denying themselves emotional awl even physical Keed said Kor ex many battered women stay with abusive partners symptoms can be displayed in less extreme such as a mother who continues to pamper her adult fuss ing over them and discouraging them from leaving the she said During the first few weeks of the Reed will disrusb tincluiLnunsticb of ci dependency and the ro dependency level of each participant Then Uuwomen will learn to when UK are engag ing in codepeiidenl Mias ur The best way to treat u dependency is to talk about it through individual or group Heed said is a disiase like compulsive overeating or she said Its a disease that can be but not cured Club photo policies outlined Organizations are invited to submit news for the Club Notes which are published each Thursday in the The in formation should be submit ted as soon after the meeting as To arrange for a photograph of Uub ac call Lifestyles Editor Dana Overstreet at Club representatives may also submit short items to announce meetings which will be published in the Ac tivities which runs each Wednesday and
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