Co-dependency is one of the mental health issues that we hear very little about. In fact, the vast majority of people probably haven’t even heard of it. However, this is a very real problem that affects many people. Here, we have put together a guide of what is it and how it affects sufferers.
Co-dependency is excessive emotional or psychological reliance on a partner and is frequently witnessed in relationships where someone has an illness or addiction. Many co-dependents believe that their happiness depends on the other person and the relationship, which can leave them feeling unhappy and worthless.
Being co-dependent can affect a person’s life in many ways. Frequently they will find they suffer from many of the following symptoms:
If you think that you or someone you know could be suffering with co-dependency, please feel free to visit our treatment programmes page for more information about the signs, symptoms and treatment available. You can also call us today to get help.
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