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Codependency (The Need to Feel Needed):
7 Pragmatical Guides to Exit the Cycle of Codependency
by Understanding the Psychology
Free yourself from limiting behaviors and connect with the truth of love…
Are you sick and tired of opening up your heart only for everything to come crashing down again, exactly as it always has in the past?
Do you feel like most of your relationships drain your energy and leave you feeling depleted and exhausted?
Is your partner always full of energy and life, and although this fills you with joy, you can’t help but still feel some kind of emptiness inside?
Sadly, the behavior patterns we’ve learned and brought into our relationships aren’t always healthy, but we often have no way of knowing this.
Your parents may have been in a toxic relationship, or perhaps you’ve sought advice from your friends or other family members and are bringing that energy with you into your pursuits.
Either way, if any of the above sounds familiar, chances are quite high that you’ve fallen into an emotionally codependent relationship, and this is why everything keeps leading you astray.
As a naturally caring and empathetic person, it can be hard to understand where your boundaries need to be set in order to maintain your own well being. Doing so doesn’t mean you have to cut other people out of your life, but it does mean that a more heightened focus may be necessary.
You can free yourself of all this worrisome burden and ensure that your next relationship is one of mutual support and admiration.
In fact, with the right tools, techniques, and emotional awareness, you can ensure that you never end up in one of these situations again.
In Codependency (The Need to Feel Needed), you’ll discover:
- The top 6 signs of codependency, and how to know if they’re happening to you
- Well-rounded insight into understanding the “victim mentality” and how you can free yourself from its grip
- How you can flip the script and begin to take positive action toward your self-love
- Why forgiveness will set you free, and how you can learn to do this with anyone, no matter what has happened in the past
- A play-by-play guide to building self-awareness and establishing healthy boundaries
- How to know your personality style and why this will help you understand your partner better
- How mindfulness can help you become less judgemental, as well as how to use this to enhance all of your interactions with others
… and so much more.
Every relationship you enter doesn’t have to be like the rest. Just because the past has always been the same, this doesn’t mean you can’t change the future.
Freedom from your codependent tendencies is possible, and no, it’s not going to require years of effort and a ridiculous amount of money spent on therapists or personal growth courses.
With the right awareness and a bit of focus, your next relationship could very well become the best relationship of your life.
If you’re ready to move forward into a truly loving relationship click the Buy Now button below.
About the Author
J.C Ragner is the author of Crush your insecurities. About JC, He was always curious about human behavioral psychology. Why people act in a certain way, how people’s emotions run, how one can handle their emotions etc.
Since his teenage years, he was a shy kid who always wanted to avoid social interaction. He always felt like a nerd who never really fit in. Too afraid to talk to anyone, too shy to make eye contact, and parties were a constant struggle. Even though he was socially anxious, he was always fascinated by how humans have this endless supply of creative solutions to solve complicated problems throughout their everyday lives. What motivates them, and what makes them feel certain emotions and act in a certain way and vary from person to person?
But things had transformed in his life when he realized that running away wasn’t a very creative or effective solution to his complicated life problem. Instead, he had to find a way to overcome his situations. So he decided to face his fears and learn from them. It was the first step toward his transformation. And after that, he never stopped.
His newfound self-assurance inspired him to study human psychology and behavior, which he has been doing for a decade, and now he is willing to share his experiences with the world through his books. He mainly focuses on human behavior, thoughts, emotions, and the root causes behind them. And how we can transform our life by understanding them. The author is a huge believer in personal transformation. He believes that anyone can transform their lives with the right mindset, courage, and consistency.