Codependent Cure: The No More Codependency Recovery Guide For Obtaining Detachment From Codependence Relationships

Narcissism and Codependency, #1
by Jean Harrison & Beattie Grey
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Publisher: Pardi Publishing

Series: Narcissism and Codependency

Publication Date: February 22, 2019

ISBN: 9781540180063

Binding: Kobo eBook

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Do you want to stop relying on relationships to meet all of your emotional needs? Then keep reading...

Do you need to find love and validation outside of yourself to be able to function properly? Are your abandonment issues so severe that you feel as if one of your limbs is being amputated when someone leaves you? 

Like most psychiatric concepts, codependency causes, symptoms, and effects are complicated. In almost all cases, codependency disorder begins in childhood. Of course, all children are completely dependent on their caretakers in the first few years of their life, but as an adult, they shouldn't be dependent to the extent that it becomes harmful to both themselves and their family. 

When you have a codependent personality, you tend to have low self-esteem and turn to anything outside of yourself for comfort, such as alcohol, drugs, relationships, or compulsive behaviors. This can take a toll on your life and leave you in a state of constant fear of abandonment, a compelling need to please and control others, poor communication, lack of boundaries, and obsession with your partner. However, recovering from codependency and healing is possible! 

Anyone who struggles with codependent behaviors such as abandonment, trust, assertiveness, people pleasing, and dependency will greatly benefit from reading this book. Codependent Cure: The No More Codependence Recovery Guide for Obtaining Detachment From Codependency will provide you with steps to identify codependent behaviors and strategies to get rid of them for good!

In this book, you'll discover:

- The severity of codependency and its impact on individuals
- The real "culprit" who is to blame for your codependency
- Which dysfunctional character describes you
- Why codependents are dangerous to certain individuals
- The horrifying stages of codependency ...