Updated: Dec 16, 2020
‘I define co-dependence as a dis-ease characterized by a loss of identity.
To be co-dependent is to be out of touch with one’s feelings, needs and desires.
Co-dependence is fostered in unhealthy family systems.
Co-dependent behavior indicates that the person’s childhood needs were unmet, and therefore he cannot know who he is.’
It’s perfectly all right to feel whatever I’m feeling.
All emotions, sans social/personal/judgemental labels, are held and accepted with great reverence and tenderness.
I am present for my 5-year-old neglected self wholeheartedly.
I am compassionate to my 11-year-old heartbroken self.
I empathize with my 15-year-old lost self. I choose to get in touch with my emotions whenever its called for.
I break the hand over chains of ‘ought to’, ‘should be’ and ‘has to’ to finally be ME.
I say no to fit in your pseudo box of right/wrong.
I don’t need OUTER validation/any kind of moral justification for self-care & personal boundaries.
I pass up toxic shaming and gaslighting to dance to ‘EXTERNAL’ tune.
NOW I honour my gift and will to choose.
NOW I choose awareness for my feelings.
NOW I know my priceless worth is being complete ME.
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