Boundaries and Betrayal wounds
Codependency, Relationship addiction
and other relationship baggage
If a person is having these experiences it may be time to stop, put the focus on themselves and begin to figure out how these behaviors came about and what can they do to have be healthy and have healthy relationships. It may be a process, but a necessary one, usually counseling or support groups help.
I think being codependent means fear of beeing all alone. Abandoned and unloved.
i beleave everone has baggage and we all have some sort of addiction even if its as simple as sodas or food an addiction dosent have to be drugs or alchlol as for relashonship addiction this is known as codependency and you can heal from this if you get with the right support groups you will get better though you will have to work the same program as a addict would you may learn some things about yourslef you never knew
by Krystal 7 years ago
How do you heal from a relationship addiction?In love with the idea of being in love? After a point it creates a vicious cycle! How do you get off the unhealthy pattern for good without ending all opportunity for healthy relationships in the future?
by Faith Reaper 2 years ago
I am sure we all have been betrayed by a person whom we believed to be a trusted friend, but ...All of us, I am sure, have felt the pain of betrayal from a trusted friend, or one whom we believed to be a friend, but have you forgiven this person yet? I know it is a very painful thing to have...
by Stacie L 3 years ago
Would you feel betrayed that your ex husband or wife confessed to being a transgender?If you were married or in a long term relationship with children and your ex spouse or significant other confess as being transgender, would you feel like your relationship was a sham?
by dashingscorpio 7 years ago
If cheating is a “deal breaker” for you: Does it carry a statue of limitation?A 99-year old Italian man is filing for divorce after discovering letters from an affair his wife had over 60 years ago.They have been married for 77 years. She reportedly confessed but was unable to convince him to...
by affairdetector 8 years ago
Look, if you’re dealing with infidelity – you got cheated on, or you cheated on your mate – how can you restore the relationship?
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