When you notice the above becoming your daily life, it should ring a bell in your mind as to codependency.
It’s very easy to predict the existence of codependency in a relationship when you see a partner trying to take on the responsibility to connect and keep in touch.
Boundaries are indeed very healthy to have across all spheres of life. However, it probably is a very unholy word they cannot condone to the codependent person.
You are constantly in need to ask for approval for almost every little thing
According to Catenya McHenry, author of Married to a Narcissist, being constantly in need to ask permission or approval from your relationship partner to do basic everyday things and have a strong.
When you no longer feel that you have a life of your own, that’s one of the codependency relationship signs.
How to know if you’re codependent? Try remembering the last time you visited your family and friends. When was the last time you had time to be with them and bond?
What are the signs of a codependent person? It’s when a person constantly walks on ‘eggshells’ to avoid any issue.
Unfortunately, in an unhealthy codependent relationship, you will choose to join your partner in their habits, even if it’s bad or wrong.
One of the saddest signs of a codependent relationship is when you can no longer say ‘no’ to your partner. Saying no will be interpreted as a lack of love, being selfish, rejecting, abandonment, and so much more
Even if you are in love, you can’t be responsible for your partner’s actions and decisions. In a codependent relationship, you will find yourself making excuses and reasons for everything your partner does