Are you Co-Dependent?

What is the grief process

We hear these words a lot these days. What does it really mean? Are you co-dependent?

Check the ones that fit you:

___I often assume responsibility for your feelings and actions, which in turn affects my serenity. The majority of my mental attention is focused on solving your problems or relieving your pain.
___Often my mental attention is focused on pleasing you or protecting you.
___My self esteem is bolstered by solving your problems, and by relieving your pain.
___I am not aware of how I feel, but I am aware of how you feel. I am not aware of what I want; I ask you what I want.
___My fear of rejection determines what I say or do.
___I prefer relationships in which I am needed.
___Often, I put my values aside in order to connect with you.
___I tend to judge everything I do and think. Often nothing is “good enough”.
___I am loyal even when my loyalty is unjustified and or personally harmful.
___I do not believe that asking for help is okay.
___I have difficulty acknowledging my good qualities, rather your approval makes me feel good about who I am.
___I often have difficulty making decision.


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