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You've heard plenty about getting hooked on drugs or alcohol or sitting at slot machines from sunup to sun down, but can you really become addicted to a person? The answer is yes-codependency is a relationship addiction. A codependant person is anyone who is dependent on another person to the point of being controlled or manipulated by that person. Do you know...
- The warning signs of codependency?
- How to identify a codependent relationship profile?
- Codependency can weaken your relationship with God
- What causes repeated cycles of codependency?
- Finding the path to interdependent relationships is possible?
Codependency can be compared to the sin of depending on false gods that are powerless to help or depending on a broken water well that won't hold water. It simply won't work! Learn how to be released from relationship addiction and have a renewed commitment to put Christ first...and keep him there.
|Format: DRM Free ePub|
Vendor: Rose Publishing
Publication Date: 2013
Series: Hope for the Heart
Youve heard plenty about getting hooked on drugs or alcohol or sitting at slot machines from sunup to sundown, but can you really become addicted to a person? The answer is yescodependency is a relationship addiction. A codependent is anyone who is dependent on another person to the point of being controlled or manipulated by that person. Learn how to be released from relationship addiction and have a renewed commitment to put Christ first.
Ann5 Stars Out Of 5Codependency hurts everyoneJune 24, 2017AnnQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Codependency came to be a buzzword when I was in college. Usually we think of people with drug or alcohol addictions but it can take many forms. I myself have been an enabler when I allowed my husband to continually choose drinking and playing softball over time with his children. Allowing the destructive behavior to continue because I was afraid of losing my husband, however it eventually destroyed my marriage. A lesson learned: Dont fear losing the love of others when you allow them to suffer the consequences of their negative actions. Through Christ we can carry all our burdens and lay them at the foot of the Cross. Once we depend on God instead of another person, Youll learn never to settle for what looks good, but always to choose what is best. Recently getting a manicure a stranger shared with me her concern for her ungrateful and rebellious teenager. She was working two jobs to provide this child with his own car; paying for his insurance and the gas. This poor mother felt she had no recourse. If she had encouraged the son to acquire employment to pay for the insurance and gas maybe she could give up one of her jobs. Sometimes we have to step back to see what is happening in our own relationships. Rose publishers gave me this pdf for a fair review.
joeysroseChicago, ILGender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Excellent bookMarch 27, 2017joeysroseChicago, ILGender: femaleQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I would definitely recommend this to anyone that wants to get closer to healing.
ConnieAge: 55-65Gender: female4 Stars Out Of 5goodMarch 18, 2016ConnieAge: 55-65Gender: femaleQuality: 4Value: 5Meets Expectations: 4It really helped me understand better