Free From Codependency is devoted to educating readers about all aspects of codependent recovery, including the underlying causes and symptoms of the condition. It is a service that I am pleased to provide. At this time of year, I like to take a look back at the blog to see what topics people were actually interested in while they were reading it. Given the complexities of the issue, it is not unexpected that some of the most in-depth facets of codependency were the most popular. The top three most popular posts from the year 2021 have been reproduced here for your reading pleasure.
Masochistic Codependency: Identifying As A Perpetual Victim
I doubt you will find the term “masochistic codependency” anywhere. It has, though, come to the fore in my mind many times when treating full-blown
Emotional Incest and the Narcissist Grandparent
Dr. Nicholas Jenner Dr. Nicholas Jenner, a therapist, coach, and speaker, has over 20 years of experience in the field of therapy and coaching. His
How Controlling Codependents Get What They Need
Narcissists always get a bad press and probably rightly so. (At this point, we should note that we should only use the term narcissist when
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Dr. Nicholas Jenner, a therapist, coach, and speaker, has over 20 years of experience in the field of therapy and coaching. His specialty lies in treating codependency, a condition that is often characterized by a compulsive dependence on a partner, friend, or family member for emotional or psychological sustenance. Dr. Jenner’s approach to treating codependency involves using Internal Family Systems (IFS) therapy, a treatment method that has gained widespread popularity in recent years. He identifies the underlying causes of codependent behavior by exploring his patients’ internal “parts,” or their different emotional states, to develop strategies to break free from it. Dr. Jenner has authored numerous works on the topic and offers online therapy services to assist individuals in developing healthy relationships and achieving emotional independence.