Dating a codependent person

Some research suggests that people who have parents who emotionally abused or neglected them in their teens are more likely to enter codependent relationships."These kids are often taught to subvert their own needs to please a difficult parent, and it sets them up for a long-standing pattern of trying to get love and care from a difficult person," says Shawn Burn, Ph D, a psychology professor at California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo.There are lots of ways to change a codependent relationship and get your life back on an even keel.The first step in getting things back on track is to understand the meaning of a codependent relationship.Do find yourself making lots of sacrifices for your partner's happiness, but not getting much in return?

When people innocently asked me how I was, I started to sob. And yet the answer I found that night completely changed the course of my life.I’ve been contacted for help by the friends and loved ones of people involved in relationships with Losers (controlling and/or abusive partners).The loved ones want to understand the situation and ask for recommendations and guidance.The more I educated myself on human behavior and relationship mindsets, the quicker I conquered my codependency issues.So let’s dive in and explore more about Codependency and what you can do starting now to fix these issues…