There’s nothing more frustrating than trying to help another person and then realizing that actually they don’t want or need your help. Or worse, you’re caught in a cycle of co-dependency: rescuer – abuser – victim. Before you can blink, the tables turn, the roles switch, and you feel abused for having spent all night trying to rescue or care for your drunk husband.
Where did your life go? How to break free?
The experts say stop rescuing. But that’s easier said than done.
If this pattern goes on for awhile it’ll start showing up in your hands as a horizontal line running across the bottom of your palm.
Time to get back into your own movie instead of playing a supporting role in someone else’s horror show.
How to do this?
This Thursday we’ll be exploring practical tools for everyday use with Phyllis Krystal.
Tools such as cutting ties, letting go of someone, protecting yourself and connecting to inner guidance.
Here are the first steps to help you free yourself from anyone. It’s called the figure of eight.
Phyllis will be teaching us how to use it properly on Thursday.
Are you really co-dependent?
Here’s a quiz and useful site to find out more.
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the nail on the head. The issue is an issue that not enough men and women are speaking intelligently about.