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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