Fourteen Signs of Codependency: Break Free from Codependent Coping Styles

If you’re working on emotional healing, you’re probably already familiar with the word “codependency,” but what are we actually talking about?

How do you know if you’re using codependent behavior when you relate to others?

Well…do you attempt to control the outcomes of situations? Have you taken actions to prevent someone from feeling the consequences of their choices? Do you offer unsolicited advice or jump in and fix someone’s problems? If the answer’s yes, you’re likely using codependent behavior. It feels like we’re being really helpful, but it’s not helpful; it’s actually the opposite. Without experiencing consequences, people won’t learn from their mistakes.  

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Fourteen Signs of Codependency: Break Free from Codependent Coping Styles
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How do you know if you’re using codependent behavior when you relate to others? Well…do you attempt to control the outcomes of situations? Have you taken actions to prevent someone from feeling the consequences of their choices? Do you offer unsolicited advice or jump in and fix someone’s problems? If the answer’s yes, you’re likely using codependent behavior. It feels like we’re being really helpful, but it’s not helpful, it’s the opposite. Without experiencing consequences, people won’t learn from their mistakes.
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