Codependency is a learned behavior that can be easily passed down from generation to generation. This behavioral and emotional condition can affect a person’s ability to develop healthy and mutually satisfying relationships with others. Also known as relationship addiction, people with codependency often form one-sided relationships that quickly become abusive and emotionally destructive.
Identified almost ten years ago, codependency disorder may seem insignificant and harmless. However, it can deeply affect the persons experiencing it by draining them emotionally and physically. Hence, it is critical to understand the most common signs of codependency and learn how to overcome this issue once identified.
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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