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Title: Rather than take responsibility for their own lives, co-dependents try to control events and people through granting compassion, advice giving, lecturing, helplessness, emotional blackmail, manipulation, guilt or anger.
Author: Fraser Trevor
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Co-dependents feel empty on the inside and try to fill this emptiness with things’ outside of themselves. They are personally dis-empowered...
Co-dependents feel empty on the inside and try to fill this emptiness with things’ outside of themselves. They are personally dis-empowered in this state.
In most cases co-dependents are trying to re-write the scripts of their painful childhoods, and will re-attract the same pain over and over. Co-dependents often try to make safe and trustworthy environments with unsafe and untrustworthy individuals and circumstances.
By trying to control aspects outside of themselves – co-dependents end up being controlled by life and other people. Co-dependents forfeit their right to create their own lives.
It’s very important to realize that when we’re trying to change our outer life and are not congruently honouring ourselves, we are acting co-dependently. When we’re trying to fix life and other people we’re in a position where this can hurt us. If we continue to stand there whilst complaining, blaming or attempting to control the situation or person, we will keep getting hurt.

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