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Recent articles in Code­pen­dency

There are many people that are qualified to be in your life, but only one person that’s certified to love you for life. When dating, watch who you allow at your front door, you must be careful not to attract the commitment-phobe. Keep your eyes open to people who solely want a physical connection. Be aware of who you’re dealing with before taking it to the next level, some people only want your heart. If you become uncomfortable in your relationship, that’s a red flag that ...
1700 PointsSilver

Antoinette Johanna Sparrow

/ Commitment Phobic Coaching
Unconditional love is at the heart of movies, books, songs, and everyone everyday language. Everyone wants to be loved unconditionally and it just a sexy notion. I believe a lot of people heard of a story of the wife that stands by her husband after he had a crash and now his permanently disabled or the reverse.  A couple meets each other online and keeps an online relationship and someone moves to the other person state that they live together and get married. Lastly, the age-old ...
1140 PointsSilver

Ronica M. Clark, LMFT

/ Working with you to get a little peace of mind / LMFT
“When people talk, listen completely. Most people never listen.” ~Ernest Hemingway The chances are good that at some point in your life you had to deal with a loved one who consistently frustrated you. They were caught in a destructive pattern of behavior that made life difficult for them and everyone around them. How do you cope when this happens? Perhaps you start avoiding them. And when that’s not possible, you choose to check out of any difficult conversation or ...
2700 PointsGold

Lauren Roberts Stidger, MS, LPC

/ Licensed Professional Counselor / LPC
Many people are somewhere between being fiercely independent and joined at the waist when dating. When newly in love, we have an endless desire to please our partners. Hormones are released at this time that cause us to want to bond with our partners and feel euphoric, among other emotions. I recently read a meme that said, “Validation is for parking.” But with love-induced chemicals flowing through our brains, is it also for people? I read another quote that said, “Being wanted ...
2670 PointsGold

Stephane Louis, LMFT

/ Licensed Counselor | LGBTQIA / LMFT
Codependency is a tendency to behave in overly passive or excessively caretaking ways that negatively impact one’s relationships and quality of life. It also often involves putting one’s needs at a lower priority than others while being excessively preoccupied with the needs of others. Codependency can occur in any type of relationship, including in families, at work, in friendships, and also in romantic, peers or community relationships. Codependency may also be ...
3100 PointsGold

Tracy Becker, LPC

/ Licensed Counselor & Life Coach / LPC
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