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7 Ways to Avoid Codependency in your Relationships Worksheet
On this page, we are providing you with the 7 Ways to Avoid Codependency in your Relationships worksheet. It will help you to avoid co-dependency in relationships.
What are the 7 Ways to Avoid Codependency in your Relationships worksheet?
Codependency is a state in which you can’t function on your own and depend too much on others. Codependency is a pattern of relationship in which a person's thinking pattern changes from a healthy pattern to an unhealthy one. There are many underlying causes of codependency. e.g low self-esteem, afraid of having a fight, vague and boundaries, etc
How the 7 Ways to Avoid Codependency in your Relationships worksheet will help?
In this worksheet 7 steps are provided. By following those steps you can gradually get rid of codependency. Though getting out of codependency is not a simple and easy process. It demands courage and time. You will find this worksheet mentor who will help you in getting rid of this condition.
Instructions on how to use the 7 Ways to Avoid Codependency in your Relationships worksheet.
To cope up with this you have to modify and opt for something positive, following this worksheet will make your way easier and ultimately free from codependency.
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On this page, we provided you with the 7 Ways to Avoid Codependency in your Relationships Worksheet, which hopefully helped you avoid co-dependency in relationships.
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