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About Codependency

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  • Did YOU know?

    It's estimated that 158,200 Americans die each year from alcohol and drug addiction. We can easily multiply that number by 2 or 3 to figure out how many codependent men. woman and children are left to clean up the once again.

  • Did YOU know?

    Just as addictions are progressive in nature, so is codependency. We are addicted to the addicted. Addicted to the chaos. 

  • Did YOU know?

    There are just as many men as women who are codependent.

  • Did YOU know?

    The cause of codependency in adults can be linked to having grown up in dysfunctional family due to addiction, mental illness or trauma. 

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    Children with a codependent parent learn codependent behaviors from that parent. They carry codependency into relationships of their own. Passing it down from generation to generation.

  • Did YOU know?

    Codependency isn't only associated with a family member that is an alcoholic or drug addict to be codependent. The addiction can also be related to medications, eating, shopping, narcotics, untreated mental illness, abuse, neglect and list goes on and on.

  • Did YOU know?

    The person you are codependent to can be a friend, spouse, neighbor, child, boss, family, extended family, etc.



Memories of my family life, before the age of 7 were that my father was my hero; my guardian; my world. My mother was caring but distant.

My sisters, who are 6 and 8 years older than I, have different perceptions of our family dynamic. I was 30+ years old before I was told, by my sister, that our father was an alcoholic. For a long time I thought she was lying. 

As I look back on my adolescent years, I now see I was very lonely. I was not allowed to have friends. I changed schools every two years due to moving. I adapted myself to my surroundings and made this my normal. 

My father passed away when I was in my late teens. Now I sought other males to become my hero, my guardian, my world. I put my whole self into being who or what they wanted me to be. One disaster after another!

I was 26 before I married. He came from an alcoholic family too and became one himself. We were married for 22 years and we had two wonderful sons. But once the children were out of the house I felt empty and didn't know what to do with myself. We divorced.

Of course I got into other relationships that were doomed, but I was not sure why until I became aware of what codependency was and the impact it had on my whole life, all the way back to my childhood. 

Since that time, I have gone on to study codependency. I wanted to be able to help other women who are struggling with its effects to figure out who they are beyond codependent. The coaching curriculum I have been certified in by the Life Mastery Institute is the same curriculum I used those many years ago to find myself, to figure out who I am and what I want from life.

I have moved BEYOND codependency. And I know you can too. 

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