Codependence in Women

March 30, 2020
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“Codependence in Women” by Hanna Collins

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Codependency is a phenomenon that has only been recognized for about 10 years in the medical world. Initially, the disorder was identified when researchers studying interpersonal relationships between alcoholic family members began to notice similar patterns in the family of the addict. While the definition has been expanded to include individuals with chronic and mental illness, the most traditional use of the term codependency is still used to describe chemical-dependent partners as well as individuals living with or in a relationship with an addict.

In this book, Codependence in Women, you will understand the following:

  • Codependency And Women
  • Why Women Care Much?
  • Codependency In Women Begins From Parenting To Adult Stage
  • Eight Signs That You Have A Codependent Parent As A Lady
  • The Gift Of Detachment – For Women In A Relationship With An Alcoholic
  • What Is Healthy Helping And Giving
  • Six Hallmarks Of Codependence
  • When Good Intentions Aren’t Enough
  • Understanding Codependent Relationships
  • How To Help A Friend Who May Be In An Abusive Relationship

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