How To Know If Your Relationship Turmoil Is Actually A Symptom Of Codependence

 February 22, 2018

How To Know If Your Relationship Turmoil Is Actually A Symptom Of Codependence




 

What if you’re the drama king or queen?

You might want to explore what you’re hoping to achieve by being so dramatic. Is it possible that you’re not giving yourself the attention you’re trying to get from others? Are you ignoring your own feelings, rather than bringing compassion to yourself and trying to get others to give you the compassion you need to show yourself? An addiction to drama indicates that you are abandoning yourself in some way. To overcome this addiction, you need to open up to learning how your treatment of yourself is leading you to depend on others for attention, compassion, or sympathy.


Written by Margaret Paul, PhD
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