Co-Dependency is the most common form of addiction. When an individual co-dependently attaches themselves to another person, they take responsibility for the feelings and actions of the other, while neglecting themselves. Co-dependency often exists in relationships with domestic violence and/or substance use. Those with extreme anxiety may also be co-dependent. Co-dependency can be exist between romantic partners, child and parent, friends, and other relationships, too. Co-dependency is an issue as it causes dysfunction in one’s life as they are unable to act independently, which compromises their quality of life. Co-dependency can be treated in the same way as addiction,
Co-dependency or relationship addiction is an emotional and behavioural condition that develops between two or more people who rely on one another for emotional security and mutual survival. Co-dependents often centred their self-worth on how well they can care for someone else, often at the expense of their own needs..
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