Codependency is sometimes known as “relationship addiction” or “love addiction.” Our anguish and inner emptiness are eased when we focus on others, but when we ignore ourselves, it just gets worse. This habit develops into a self-perpetuating, circular system with a life of its own. Despite negative repercussions, our thought can become obsessive, and our conduct can become compulsive. Calling a partner or ex you know you shouldn’t, putting yourself or your morals at danger to appease someone, or spying out of envy or fear are just a few examples.
The ultimate goal of codependency rehabilitation is to become a self-sufficient person. Knowing, appreciating, and trusting yourself, as well as expressing yourself in your personal life and relationships, are all part of this. It involves a full transformation that affects your beliefs, as well as how you feel, think, and act.
Untreated codependency has the same persistent, widespread decline as alcoholism and a systematic disease, which is why some people consider it an illness. The evolution of codependency symptoms and indicators of recovery is outlined below.
Codependency has been labeled as an addiction because of this. This addiction was declared to be a disease in 1956. In all situations, the goal was to de-stigmatize the illnesses and promote treatment.
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Our biochemical imbalance can be affected by diet and stressful life events, but it often goes back to genetics and epigenetics. We do specific biochemical laboratory testing to determine an individual’s biochemical imbalance. Combining the results of the lab tests with anamnestic information and clinical tests, we prescribe an individualized and compounded vitamin, mineral, nutrient protocol to help recover from various disease states.more info
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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