Co-dependent individuals make a relationship more important than themselves. Codependency can lead individuals to lose an independent sense of self-worth, identity and passion. Our experienced therapists can help you unlearn co-dependent habits, set personal boundaries and reconnect with your sense of self.
Our experienced therapists can help you unlearn co-dependent habits, set personal boundaries and reconnect with your sense of self.
Do you struggle with co-dependency?
- Do you feel responsible for other people—their feelings, thoughts, actions, choices, wants, needs, and well-being?
- Do you feel compelled to help people by solving their problems or trying to take care of their feelings?
- Do you find it easier to feel and express anger about injustices done to others than about injustices done to you?
- Do you feel safest and most comfortable when you are giving to others?
- Do you feel insecure and guilty when someone gives to you?
- Do you feel empty, bored and worthless if you do not have someone else to take care of, a problem to solve, or a crisis to deal with?
- Are you often unable to stop talking, thinking and worrying about other people and their problems?
- Do you lose interest in your own life when you are in love?
- Do you stay in relationships that don’t work and tolerate abuse in order to keep people loving you?
- Do you feel like you want to control how other people behave and get disappointed when you cannot?