Stay Or Go: It’s A Choice And Every Choice Has A Consequence

There will be many people who have started the year with the thought that they need to change their relationship status from attached to unattached. Those same people might also have had that thought last year and the year before and maybe even the year before that. The daily grind of ineffective communication, sweating the small stuff, arguing and being unhappy takes its toll in the end. Most couples have, at one time, thought about ending their relationship but can usually find a balance between what is good and not so good. They strengthen the positive and work on the not so positive for the good of the relationship and they find a way to move forward. This is the hope for all of us who have committed to a future with another human being…

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A Childhood Guaranteed To Foster Codependency

It has been said that a large part of the global population is codependent on something or somebody. That something could be work, substances, alcohol. That somebody could be a partner, parent or boss. Yes, there are many ways to be codependent and many are codependent towards more than one “object” leading to a fairly miserable life of sacrifice, search for validation and controlling others…

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Codependency Is A Connection Problem, Not A Disorder

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.

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