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desperate codependent
February 24, 2006
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I'm a recoverying alcholic and codependent, my husband died 4 years ago who was also a recovering alcholic. Since he has died I have had a few relationships. the first one I keep going and didn't like his controling thinking I would never have the chance to ever have another relationship. Last year I had a brief relationship and fell for the guy really deeply. He was not avalable emotionally and I sabotaged the relationship and friendship. I felt so ill at the time wanted to self harm had panic attacks. Six months later I started another relationship with a lovely man and we have had lots of fun, he has come on very strong and I did not have to do to much as he did all the running, now the last 4 weeks he has been backing off and trying to get back some of his own lifebut still go on with the relationship, this is where my insecurity comes in. I have felt frightened imagining he is going away all the time. Telling him this, imagining every thing he is telling me is not true. I feel I am sabotaging this relationship which means so much to me.I am afraid of me.

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