What is Codependency Recovery?
by Lisa A. Romano
- Begins when we acknowledge we are not able to sustain our autonomy when in relationships with others.
- Is focused on healing the shame caused by learning to believe we are unworthy of love.
- Helps us become more self-reliant, self-trusting, and self-accountable.
- Is a long journey and it must not be rushed.
- Happens as we begin to learn how to feel our emotions, tell our truth, and learn to set healthy boundaries.
If you are suffering from codependency you are not alone. Codependency is rampant in our world today and learning to acknowledge how we enmesh, enable, attach and cling to others in unhealthy ways allows us to eventually learn to reclaim our personal self-worth.
Many who suffer from codependency have grown up feeling abandoned by those they loved. When children experience abandonment, they naturally assume it is their fault they have been unable to gain the love they deserved. Codependency is a symptom of shame, a lack of self-love, and a product of feeling unable to gain the healthy attachments needed in childhood.
Adults who are ready to dig into the childhood programming that is at the root of their codependency can participate in codependency recovery programs like The 12 Week Breakthrough Codependency Recovery Coaching Program.
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