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new thoughts
April 13, 2007
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xfactor
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I have known that i am co dependent my whole life.I am finally making an honest effort at recovery. My main motivation is my children. I have seen some of those familiar traits showing in my oldest daughter. I find dealing with this near immpossible and im terrified that I wont be able to change. I guess Im looking for tips from people that have been in recovery for a while...

April 13, 2007
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Hey xf!

Have you read Melody's book or any other book about codependency?

Change IS possible if you really want to, and every day is a chance to that better more bright future you dream of acquiring.

Coming to this site should be more healing and helpful, plus attending some support group that would keep you accountable on your journey.

Blessings & welcome!

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