codependency

Treat Yourself Like a Toddler and Other Tips for Those Who Struggle with Self-Care. A guide to self-care for codependents and those who struggle with self-care. Learn the difference between self-care and indulgence.

Treat Yourself Like a Toddler (and Other Tips for Those Who Struggle with Self-Care)

Codependents and people who grew up in dysfunctional families often struggle with self-care. But you can learn what true self-care is and how to tend to your needs. Do you struggle with self-care? Self-care is especially hard for those who grew up in dysfunctional families and/or developed codependent traits. Codependents struggle with self-care because they …

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How Codependents Can Stop Enabling and Controlling

How Codependents Can Stop Enabling and Controlling

Enabling doesn’t actually help anyone. Codependents can learn to stop enabling and controlling by setting boundaries, detaching with love, and managing anxiety. What is codependency? Codependency is a dysfunctional relationship pattern. People who identify as codependent usually play the role of “rescuer” in a relationship with someone who is impaired, addicted, or ill in some way. …

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6 Problems with People-Pleasing (and How to Stop People-Pleasing)

Learn how to stop people-pleasing and start speaking up for yourself. Codependency and people-pleasing can cause you to “lose yourself” when you try to please and appease others. Kyle is a classic people-pleaser. He’s been dating Lucy for four years and hopes to marry her. From the beginning, Lucy has been clear that she wants Kyle to attend church …

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