What are the symptoms of codependency? I am sure we all have been there at one time or another and have had to endure the negative affects of codependency on our own lives. While codependency can be a difficult disorder to live with, it is also a mental disorder which can cause a great deal of pain and suffering in the lives of those around you.

What Are Signs Of Codependency

Codependent people tend to be unable to express their anger, their sadness or their joy. Codependents cannot tell the difference between what is real and what is fake, and they cannot be trusted by anyone, let alone their friends and family members. You may know someone who suffers from codependency and who you feel comfortable around, but if you were to really get to know them, you would find that they are very hard to be around.

These are the symptoms of codependency that we have listed here, but there are many more, and there are those people who never exhibit any of these behaviors, and never admit they have an addiction. It is important to remember that everyone is different and what is wrong with you is not always the same as what is wrong with someone else. Everyone has different characteristics, and everyone has different emotional needs.

When a codependent person gets hurt or disappointed, it causes them to lash out at others, and that causes the signs of codependency to show up in many other areas of their lives. Their relationships can suffer because they do not feel like they are worthy of being loved, because their own needs are not being met.

There are many things we can do about these signs of codependency, and we can learn how to deal with the pain that comes with them. The first thing we need to do is realize that there is a problem with us as individuals, and this can start to manifest in all kinds of ways. We have to begin to see the signs of codependency and begin to work through them. This means we need to start a new life of self-improvement, and we need to get ourselves healthy again.

Codependency can be very addictive, and once we are in the habit of living with it, then it becomes our default mode. we are so attached to our codependency, and we are not able to let go of it, that we can actually hurt those we love in the process.

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