Despite its widespread negative effects on life, codependency remains one of the most undermined and underrated issues of today. A person with codependent traits commonly experiences a need to feel depended on to feel loved. While this problem typically exists in romantic relationships, it can also involve other people, such as parents, children, siblings, and friends. Regardless of the nature, a codependent relationship is always imbalanced where one person’s needs often go unmet to meet the needs of the others. As a result, this imbalance often perpetuates cycles of challenging behaviors that quickly start damaging different aspects of life.
Codependency can be extremely difficult to recognize and commonly requires professional help and treatment. Fortunately, there are multiple potentially effective codependency treatment options available to help struggling individuals overcome their codependent patterns and restore balance to their relationships.
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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