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A New Year
December 30, 2004
5:20 pm
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I started preparing for the New Year early in December, I ended a 22 month relationship. This was my second codependent relationship, the first one lasted 13 years.

This is the first time that I have ever reached out for help. I have made wonderful connections with some great people and I am finally going to see a professional next week. I have stopped isolating myself and started to help myself. They are first steps and I really want to learn how to live life, and live it well. I am hoping for a year of healing, growth and discovery. The time has come for me to face my issues and I want to make excellent use of it.

I wish the best to all of you for the New Year.

December 30, 2004
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HI Freedom: and welcome...I agree with you on all that you said about
getting help and making connections. There was a point in my life that I thought I was the "only one" who was
coda, until i read books on it and attended meetings and joined this group. We can all get thru this codependecy thing, and its alot easier doing it with support and help along the way!~~~camer

December 30, 2004
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I too have started the preparations for a New Year. I ended a 25 year relationship and find the reasons are no longer important. I was slowly drowning in a sea of self pity. Instead i have found the strength to swim to the surface and for the first time in many, many years am looking forward to the next half of my life instead of wanting it to end. I have made a conscious decission to make myself happy. Although it took many years to realize I can do it. I now look upon my past not as a failure but as lessons that have bought me to the place I am at now. Good or bad experiences should both be embraced and viewed as just another chapter in your own personal book, and just as we graduate school learning from books we will finally graduate from life and maybe progress to a higher level next time around.

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