Codependent Self Intervention Poem

Posted by Edward Ernest | Nov 16, 2018 | Bad Poetry, Relationships | 0 |

When you’re a codependent person, your low self-esteem makes you feel like your many failed relationship attempts are something you deserve in life. However, if you really want to do the work, and are fed up with not being your own number one priority, it’s time for your very own codependent self-intervention that will change your life forever.

There’s nothing to be ashamed of when you’re a codependent person, even if your inner critic is telling you otherwise. The actions and reactions of a codependent person are deeply ingrained in us at a very young age through the upbringing in a dysfunctional family. It’s a learned trait, and that’s not your fault. This type of behavior might have served you well for a very long time, but as you got older, it started serving you less and less.

You may have stuck around in bad relationships longer than you should have and that’s because the relationship felt normal to you, even though, in reality, it was dysfunctional as well. Or it may be something like taking care of your wife and kids to your own detriment until you’re running on fumes. Or you may be 50 years old and still at the beck and call of your overbearing parents. This stuff happens, and it affects more people than you think.

So we just wanted to let everyone codependent person out there know, that you’re not alone. There’s a way out of the codependent life when you’re ready to do the work, and we’ll be giving you big virtual hugs in support of your goal…… And now….here’s a really bad poem….so we can hopefully all take a step back and laugh together…… at ourselves.

If you or a loved one you know battles with Codependency, or Mental Health Issues, please do get the help you need. If you need to talk to someone now, you can talk to one of the many fantastic therapists at Better Help by CLICKING HERE.

Want to read another BAD POEM? CLICK HERE!

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