What Does It Mean To 
Lose Your Soul?
Reclaiming Your Lost Soul

Losing your soul, (also known as codependency), has a consistent set of thoughts, feelings, behaviors, and spiritual components that start early in childhood. Your responses are impacted by the healthiness of your family. Difficulties flourish in families with addiction, chronic mental health issues, chronic illness and other situations.

Where there has been abuse, heartbreak and/or neglect the environment becomes a breeding ground for unhealthy coping strategies. Children learn to care for the adults rather than be cared for by their caregivers. Children’s emotions are unregulated and poorly managed in childhood and eventually become problematic in their adult relationships. When kids learn these poor strategies to manage their emotions, reactions, lives, their relationships can be immature and highly unhealthy.

Let's start here . . . can you relate to any of these lost soul traits? Here's a quick overview of some of the traits seen in individuals who have lost themselves:

  • Spiritual Disconnection: This means just that - losing your connection to God and trying to take charge of your life on your own, but failing miserably


  • Challenging Thoughts include: Having low self-esteem, blaming others, having black- and-white thinking, minimizing problems, and living in denial   

  • Challenging Emotions include: Powerlessness, anger, shame, fear, depression, and feeling passive-aggressive

  • Challenging Behaviors include: Being overly compliant, controlling, reactionary, perfectionistic, lacking healthy boundaries 


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Learn what it means

to lose your soul.

Understand how it develops. 

Gain healing 


for recovery

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Peg Roberts, LMFT

Spirit of Hope Counseling Center

13911 Ridgedale Drive, Suite 320

Minnetonka, MN 55305


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Here's What One Soul Seeker Has To Say . . .

  Peg’s understanding of the Lost Soul is evident in her workbook. One feels she is personally accompanying the reader on the healing journey. Her wisdom, experience and examples are practical and applicable to anyone seeking freedom. 

Reclaiming Your Lost Soul is a great resource, providing a reliable road to recovery and healing!

Therapists Love Using

the Workbook for Their Counseling Sessions. 

Here's What One

Therapist Has to Say . . .

In Reclaiming Your Lost Soul, Peg Roberts shares her personal

experience with codependency and captures the essence of what it’s

like to lose yourself in codependent relationships. She gives a compassionate and hopeful look

into the heart of people who give

too much. The book offers practical steps with easy to follow, step-by-step guidelines for recovery.

As a therapist, I use the workbook in sessions. I have found Peg's 

workbook to be invaluable for

clients who are working at their own pace to find themselves and build healthy relationships. 


Mary Einarson, LMFT, LPCC

Spectrum Counseling, LLC


The best way to connect is through Email at:  Info@Reclaimingyourlostsoul.com

My Counseling Practice:  

Spirit of Hope Counseling Center

13911 Ridgedale Dr., Suite 320, Minnetonka, MN 55305

Phone 952-546-5565