You are exhausted, but cannot say no. You do not want to do what is being asked of you, but if you do not, you think someone is going to be angry at you. You feel resentful that you always have to pick up the pieces for someone. If you relate to this, it may be that you are codependent or have codependent tendencies. Many people have the false belief that codependent relationships can exist only in the context of addictions. This is not so. Simply put, a codependent relationship is one where self-sacrifices are made to please another person. It could be in any kind of relationship such as a child, spouse, or friend. Gain an understanding of the symptoms of codependency, why you may be prone to it, and more importantly, how to set loving and compassionate boundaries for yourself, even if it necessarily means disappointing others.
Date Friday, March 13
Time 12:30 - 2:30 PM
Cost $35/30 payment 10 days in advance