How to Recognize Co-Dependent Behavior

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How to Recognize Co-Dependent Behavior

By | 2018-07-09T14:37:22-04:00 April 21st, 2017|Family, SHA-NANIGANS®, Wellness|

Co-dependency is a learned behavior that can be passed down from one generation to another. Maybe you recognize this behavior in yourself or you’re in a relationship with someone who’s co-dependent. 

Is someone filling your plate with their problems? Expecting you to fix them or relying on you to bail them out time after time? Are you supporting or enabling another person’s drug addiction, alcoholism, poor mental health, immaturity, irresponsibility or under-achievement? 

Or are you doing this to someone else? If so, start by taking ownership and push yourself to battle through the tough times. Strength and confidence will follow.  

It’s you vs you my friend. Remember, no one other than you can make changes happen.  

 

About the Author:

Shannon Russo-Pollack (SHA) is the Founder of DASHA® and powerhouse behind the DASHA brand. SHA strategically works with medical, wellness and lifestyle professionals who have a like minded philosophy of total body health and well-being. Using her entrepreneur skills, healthy lifestyle and passion for fitness to inspire others.