One becomes independent and takes responsibility for their own actions, not others. Better now, than later. You will survive. Safe Journey. Advice is simple, but actions are what individuals look back on when referencing one's self - worth. You were born a gift, refresh your memory.
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Last edited at 9:18PM on 7/5/2013
Be strong and just do what you need to do. GET OUT OF IT!!! Tell the person, in as nice and loving way as you can, that you need to move on with your life and you don't want to waste their time. There is someone better for each of you. Good luck!
Take action and end it. If the person you are with doesn't respect you, then respect yourself enough to end it. If that person threatens, it's a good idea to call the police. Believe it or not, you are better off alone. Someday, you will meet that someone who loves and respects you.
ending a co-dependent relationship is done in the way most relationships end. do it in what ever way fits your unique situation.ending the relationship in some ways is the easy part.after the break-up you'll still need to learn to alter that co-dependent mindset. that can be tough. but,knowing how unhealthy the relationship is and doing something about it gets you a great big gold star in my book. keep moving forward:)