f you habitually put your partner’s wants and needs before your own, you might be living in a codependent relationship. What may initially begin as a posture of selflessness and love can quickly turn into a codependent style in relationships where a person is willing to do anything just to make their partner happy.
Codependency is characterised by a pattern of letting go of your own needs, well-being, and self-care to put your energy into supporting other people in life. If you have been stuck in this cycle for some time, you probably understand how difficult it can be to break free from it. Codependency recovery is indeed a long-term process that requires mindful self-love and self-care.
While it is possible to overcome codependency, remember that the process will take some time and include trial and error. Consider understanding the differences between healthy and unhealthy behaviours, and don’t be afraid to seek professional help to conquer codependency.
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How To Stop Being Codependent
In the present hyper-independent society, codependency gets a bad reputation, which is why it is suggested that people who are struggling with it start by developing compassion for themselves when they become stuck in codependent cycles. Many of the attributes that individualistic societies consider "codependent" are celebrated in communalistic civilizations. For instance, putting everyone else first, self-sacrifice for the greater good, and a profound understanding of others' needs. Codependency does not imply that you are weak or imperfect, or that you have "failed" to look after yourself. It denotes your status as a relational survivor.read more