Codependency symptoms are wide and varied. It is important to remember to avoid black and white thinking when trying to better understand codependency symptoms. Keep in mind that codependency is rooted in a poor sense of self and that the way codependency shows up in you or within your relationship can rely heavily on what might be going on in the moment.
Generally speaking, if you have been raised to feel invisible, unloved, and like you are not enough, chances are you will probably experience some codependency in your life. Symptoms of codependency include but are not limited to;
What Can You Do About Being Codependent?
Because codependency is not like a splinter; you cannot go to the doctor to have it removed from your finger, healing from this dis-ease of mind, body, and soul can be quite the challenge. In order to heal from codependency, it is helpful to identify why you think you might be codependent.
Ask yourself questions like;
The more you understand why your subconscious mind might not believe you are worthy, the easier time you will have breaking those faulty patterns of thought and behaviors.
Codependency is rooted in a deep sense of unworthiness and is associated to the need to be validated by someone else. As you heal, you will begin to learn that the only persons validation you ever needed was your own.
It's not your fault if you struggle with codependency symptoms--it's your programming.
Please enjoy this quick video about Children and Codependency
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