Is Being Codependent Really A Recipe For Disaster? [VIDEO]


Is there a way to kick the habit for good?

It's safe to say that over the past few years, being co-dependent has definitely gotten a bad rap. But if we really think about it, there are so many takes on what it actually means to be in a co-dependent relationship that trying to look for warning signs can be next to impossible. In fact, so many people weigh in on the negatives without giving insight as to ways that we can either kick this habit or tweak it in a way that is beneficial to our relationships.

That's why hearing host Dr. Tammy Nelson, Imago Institute's Harville Hendrix and Helen LaKelly Hunt, Psychotherapist Dr. Jamie Turndorf, Spiritual Psychotherapist Tracy B. Richards and Psychotherapist Ross Rosenberg get right down to the nitty gritty of what co-dependency really is and the potential effect that it can have on our relationships really gets us thinking.

1. How can we expect ourselves to fully grow in our relationships if our co-dependency holds up back?

2. Is it ever too late to break away from that behavior and start living for ourselves?

Trust us when we say that once you listen to our experts' spot-on advice on ways that we can change these destructive habits, everything will fall into place.