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New Member with old issues
May 23, 2004
11:29 pm
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Karaoke Gopher
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Hey everybody,

I know I have been co-dependant for quite some time, ten years maybe? I guess I have the classic story of being a child of an alcholic and living in a disfuctional family. I have more issues than National Geographics, or maybe I just blame myself for everything. The first time I really heard of codependancy was when I was going through my divorce, ten years ago, coincident? Well, since that time I have been in a few relationships. The one right after my divorce I worked on so very hard. I communicated, I listened, I spoke my needs, But POOF! She was gone in 3 years. The most recent ended a few weeks ago, same thing. I just don't get it. I know I'm co-dependant, the girls I seek out are the same. We work on our own issue separtly, but nothing seems to change. They all end after I worked hard, then I ease up because, i guess I feel comfortable. I have never sought professional help, but I have an appointment this Thursday, finally. Can anybody give me the co-dependant primer 101, please? Advice, tips, anything from people that have had good results.I want a fun, fulfilled relationship.

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KG

May 24, 2004
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lovesickpuppie
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i dont know anything about co-dependacny but maybe you should sort your issues out together with the other person, work together to help eachother. like i siad i dont know much but im sure someone else does, anybody?

good luck and welcome!

May 24, 2004
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I think you are doing the right thing going and seeing a counselour. I see one and she helps me see some of the most obvious things that I am so wrapped up in that it gives me a diffrent perspective. Someone on the outside looking in. But all anyone can do really is look at ourselves. Without knowing more about you and your relationships it's hard to say. Do you care to share more?

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