codependent

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  • Feel guilty about others feelings and behaviors
  • Have difficulty identifying what you are feeling.
  • Have difficulty expressing feelings
  • Are afraid of your own anger, yet sometimes erupt in rage.
  • Worry about how others may respond to your feelings, opinions and behavior
  • Have difficulty making decisions.
  • Are afraid of being hurt and/or rejected by others.
  • Minimize, alter or deny how you truly feel.
  • Are very sensitive to how others are feeling and feel the same.
  • Are afraid to express differing opinions or feeling.
  • Value others opinions and feelings more than your own.
  • Put other people’s needs and desires before your own.
  • Embarrassed to receive recognition and praise or gifts.
  • Judge everything you think, say or do harshly as never ‘good enough’.
  • Are a perfectionist.
  • Are extremely loyal, remaining in harmful situations too long.
  • Do not ask others to meet your needs or desires.
  • Do not perceive yourself as lovable and worthwhile.
  • Compromise your own values and integrity to avoid rejection or others anger.
  • Co-dependency can be defined as an addiction to people, behaviors or things.
  • Co-dependency is the fallacy of trying to control interior feelings by controlling people, things and events on the outside.
  • Too the co-dependent control or the lack of it is central to every aspect of life.
  • Co-dependents learns to gain his self-worth through Jesus Christ.
  • Christians the bible teaches that a person has worth simply because he was created by God.
  • Your self-worth is not based on the work you do or the service you do.
  • Service is to be an active choice.
  • Co-dependents learn to act and not react.
  • Co-dependents allow healthy Christian service to bring joy.
  • Christian faith calls for balanced living and taking care of yourself.
  • Co-dependents learn to choose balanced behavior and not addictive behavior and to allow others to be in charge of their own lives.
  • Co-dependent learn to live balanced lives; taking responsibility for their own health and well-being.
  • Co-dependents learn to help others in proper ways, by allowing others to act independently, and not making others dependent on them.
  • Co-dependents learn to be God directed and be free from compulsiveness, knowing that God brings the greatest results.
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