Tuesday, November 8, 2011

Author Michielle DJ Beck Releases ‘Sorry I Thought I Loved You’, Help For Relationship Addicts And Codependents

Zsa Zsa Gabor has been married 9 times, Larry King and Elizabeth Taylor 8 times each. Kim Kardashian filed for divorce after 72 days and Dr. Drew has admitted he is codependent. Relationship addicts and codependents are not only found in the world of celebrities. These types of relationships affect a very large percentage of the general population. Author Michielle DJ Beck offers hope and real answers in her new release ‘Sorry, I Thought I Loved You’

Relationship addiction and codependency are found in the media today like never before. This does not necessarily mean these are on the rise, as it is more likely the general public is becoming more aware of these problems as the result of that media coverage. Relationship addiction and codependency have as many causes as there are relationship addicts and codependents. The question for those involved in such situations is perhaps not, ‘What caused this?’ but rather ‘How can I heal myself of this?’

Unlike books written by psychologists or mental health professionals, Michielle Beck’s groundbreaking work, ‘Sorry, I Though I Loved You’, offers down to earth, practical advice. There is no technical jargon or one-size-fits-all advice. Ms. Beck hopes her audience will understand that the book was written by a real, normal person for other real, normal people who are struggling with their relationships - any kind of relationships, not just romantic ones. She knows her subject matter intimately, being married for the first time at age 17 and divorced for the fifth time at age 34. There aren't many other books like this one, but there are many, many people who have relationship problems who can immediately benefit from Beck’s new release.

"I've been fortunate,” stated Ms. Beck, “to have quite a bit of encouragement to write this book - people telling me my story sounds like something that should be on Oprah or Dr. Drew, or maybe a Lifetime movie. I didn't write it for that reason, though. I wrote it because I wanted to show that real people can have these kinds of problems, and they can come out healthy and happy on the other side.”

"I know there are people out there like me who have struggled, and are still struggling, with relationships. They aren't alone, and they need to know that someone else has been where they are - and has gotten past that point in life. They can, too. Hope and help are available to everyone, but the addicts or codependent has to want to get better. We must grant ourselves permission to put our interests first, and care enough about ourselves to get the help we need."

Michielle DJ Beck is available for media interviews and can be reached using the information below or by email at authormichibeck@gmail.com. More information is available at her website. ‘Sorry, I Thought I Loved You’ is available at Amazon.com.


Michielle DJ "Michi" Beck is an accomplished writer of print books, e-books, articles, essays, ghostwritten research, opinion pieces, and white papers. A prolific writer, Michi has produced thousands of short pieces in addition to her longer works, creating quality content under her own name and as a ghostwriter for others.

As an editor, she has worked with ebooks and print books, as well as articles, essays, white papers, and dissertations, in copyediting and substantive editing roles.

Her full-length books - both fiction and non-fiction - are represented by The Swetky Literary Agency and published through traditional channels as "Michielle DJ Beck." She also publishes online articles and blogs, as well as ebooks that are too short for literary representation and traditional publication, under the name "Michi Beck." Beck is the author of ‘Sorry, I Thought I Loved You’, Chipmunka Publishing (June, 2011).

A professional freelance writer and editor since 1994, Michi has addressed hundreds of topics in virtually every imaginable genre. Her main areas of expertise are psychology, self-help, religion, and the paranormal, as well as law and business.

Michi has a BA in legal administration and an AAB in business management. She is a Certified Reiki Master and an ordained Reverend. In addition, she holds certification as a paranormal counselor, paranormal investigator, ghost researcher, EVP researcher, and phase displacement practitioner.

She is a professional member of the American Society of Authors and Writers (AmSAW), a life member of the International Ghost Hunters Society, and a life member of MENSA.


Michielle DJ Beck