Codependency

You might be codependent if……. You might be codependent if you feel exhausted from helping others and spend little time taking care of yourself.

You might be codependent if you feel resentful or angry for not getting your needs met from your partner or family but haven’t ever really communicated those needs to them.

You might be a codependent if you feel angry a lot and don’t know why.

You might be a codependent if you feel taken advantage of in your relationship but you stay anyway.

You might be codependent if you feel you cannot be alone.

You might be codependent if because you are afraid of being alone you go from one relationship to the next.

You might be codependent if you stay in an unhealthy relationship because you are afraid of being alone.

You might be codependent if you stay in a relationship because you think you can change that person.

You might be codependent if you feel responsible for other people’s feelings.

You might be a codependent if you stuff your feelings because you want people to like you and keep everything “happy”.

You might be a codependent if you show your feelings of anger through sadness or pouting instead of stating them.

You might be codependent if you have a hard time setting boundaries and an even harder time keeping the boundaries.

You might be a codependent if……you are reading this and saying, “Oh! I do that!”

Natalie Chandler, MA, LMHC is a therapist at Imagine Hope Counseling Group. Natalie enjoys doing marriage counseling, individual counseling, and couples counseling. We also specialize in family counseling, child, and adolescent counseling. Imagine Hope serves the Indianapolis area including the surrounding areas of Carmel, Fishers, Noblesville, Westfield, and Zionsville.