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  • WHAT IS CO-DEPENDENCY?

    How Co-dependency is Often Experienced My good feelings about who I am stem from being liked by you. My good feelings about who I am stem from receiving approval from you. Your struggles affect MY serenity. MY mental attention focuses on solving YOUR problems or relieving YOUR pain. My mental attention is focused on PLEASING …∞

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    Partner Enabling of Alcoholism

    Enabling is the ideas, feelings, attitudes, and behaviors that unintentionally continue to foster drinking, alcohol related problems or make matters worse by not allowing the alcoholic to deal with the consequences of their alcoholism. Enabling is part of the set of behaviors practiced by co-dependents of alcoholism. Researchers report that the majority of partners took …∞

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    Dealing With Denial

    What is denial? Being unwilling to face problems on either a conscious or subconscious level. Acting as if there are no problems to face. A defensive response; protection from pain, hurt, or suffering A mask to hide feelings or emotions behind. A way to avoid conflict, disagreements, or disapproval from others. A way to avoid …∞

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