When we understand codependency we’re able to understand why we demonstrate specific behaviors and possess specific thought processes. Understanding is one piece of the puzzle. The other is understanding how to incorporate different ways of thinking to gain security within one’s self to feel confident and understand one’s own value.

Understanding and addressing one’s codependency is admirable and life-changing. Ending the toxic relationship cycle begins with one’s self and in this video, I offer five ways to address codependency allowing you to begin to remove fear from your life and becoming more independent. If you’re wondering if you’re suffering from codependency, I created a previous video: What does it mean to be Codependent?

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