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Learn Some Basics About Abuse Part 4 – Discovering Your Lost Self: Bye Bye Co-Dependency!

 

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wave goodbye now you're moving on from divorceA lot of people stay in abusive relationships because of the fear of being alone or not being loved by other people. They will say for the longest time that they want out, but they end up not leaving. There are some people who do leave, but they tend to repeat the same self-destructive attitude in their new relationship.

Co-dependency is one bad habit that you should break if you wish to have a healthy and fulfilling relationship with your partner. In this relationship condition, the person is being manipulated by their partner who has a pathological condition like narcissism or addiction. A co-dependent person depends on the needs and control of others. Therefore, they do not prioritize their own needs while being excessively preoccupied with the needs of their partner.

Co-dependent relationships do not always end in tragedy. But the sad part is it keeps both people from having a full and rewarding life that they could be enjoying.

Understanding Co-Dependency in Relationships

Co-dependent relationship is composed of caretakers and the takers. The takers are those people who have a strong sense of need to control their partners. The taker aims to get love and attention by blaming, criticizing their partner or creating emotional drama.

On the other side, caretakers are more than willing to sacrifice their needs so that they can satisfy their partners. Given the fact that caretakers have this strong need to please their partners, they will become a victim in abusive relationships.

Does this sound like your relationship? If you have imagined yourself while reading the description of the caretaker, then there are some of the things that you can do to break free from an abusive relationship you are in.

Life after Abuse: Establishing Healthy Love in Your Life

Healing from abuse— self-inflicted abuse can be done by over-analyzing your part in the problem. Look at ways on how you self-sabotage yourself and identify the things that can be done to correct it. Challenge all self-worth problems that you may have. Remove these self-defeating thoughts and keep in mind that you do not need to prove anything to other people just to show your self-worth. Last but not the least, identify and avoid the negative judgments you have about yourself.

In co-dependency, the only person who’s stopping you from having a fulfilling relationship is no one else but you. If you wish to experience healthy love, then man or woman up and start taking care of yourself and self-worth.

 

Click here to read Part 1 – Learn Some Basics About Abuse

 Part 2 – Ways to Cope With Leaving a Narcissistic Relationship

Here is the link to Part 3 – Stop the Abuse by Breaking the Cycle of Violence

 

If you are in a relationship that is violent, and remember violence is not just physical but also mental and emotional, then seek help when you are able. Seek out local resources in your area such as the Domestic Abuse Shelter. The most dangerous time for a the victim in a violent relationship is when they try to leave. It is scary, but there are people who can help. The Hotline is a national domestic violence help line. Their number is 1-800-799-SAFE (7233).

 

Domestic Abuse Helpline Services for Men and Women 24-hour hotline operated by staff and trained volunteers to offer information and crisis intervention to victims of domestic violence. They provide information about the issues concerning intimate partner violence. Referrals to community resources. Resource directory for the country including where to find (if available) “male victim friendly” resources in your area. Assistance in filing protection from abuse orders (where available).

Crisis Hotline: 1-888-7HELPLINE

1-888-7HELPLINE FREE (1-888-743-5754)

 

If you’re feeling hopeless, HOPE is just a phone call away. No matter what problems you are struggling with, hurting yourself isn’t the answer. The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is here to help. By calling 1-800-273-TALK (8255) you’ll be connected to a skilled, trained counselor at a crisis center in your area, anytime 24/7. For Hearing & Speech Impaired with TTY Equipment: 1-800-799-4TTY (4889)

 

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