I have seen many times a situation that is very frustrating for me as a therapist. Working with codependents, it is often advisable to ensure
There are many of my peers who believe that codependency does not exist or is at most, a symptom of a quantifiable and recognizable disorder. Many clients will go through therapy for years without their therapist recognizing basic concepts of codependent behaviour in their actions and relationships.
Many codependents I work with talk about the type of person they are usually drawn to. I use the word drawn, rather than attracted, because
Many codependent people find it difficult to be alone. They live in the constant fantasy that they need to be with someone (anyone) to feel
Many of the issues we have in adulthood have a firm base in developmental trauma and how we develop as children has a huge bearing
I am currently reading The Examined Life by Stephen Grosz. It is a captivating book that looks at the interactions between a psychoanalyst and his