Codependent Relationships Recovery In Marriage | Awareness Campaign Launched

With the new awareness campaign, Beattie Grey explains that developing self-love is the most important step to healing from a codependent relationship. According to Grey’s book, one can overcome codependency by developing emotional resilience, starting by looking into their self and then learning to love every aspect of their being.

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Grey’s new awareness campaign lists various techniques and strategies to break free from the cycle of seeking validation and people-pleasing with the latest research on codependency and trauma-informed principles. All these are explained in detail in “Codependent Cure” which guides readers to heal from childhood trauma, identify and destroy the “I need you to need me” mentality, recognize and replace self-destructive patterns in relationships, and redefine the mindset to attract healthier relationships.

The self-help relationship guide is available in paperback, Kindle and audiobook format. As part of the new campaign, Grey announces that readers can order a copy of “Codependent Cure” and have it shipped to them at no cost.

There are three types of codependent relationships: parent-child relationships, romantic relationships, and friendships. Codependency is a dysfunctional attachment style, where one or both parties in a relationship have an unhealthy reliance on the other. While codependency can manifest in various ways, mental health therapists warn of common characteristics of a codependent relationship including finding it hard to trust one’s self or others, inability to set healthy relationship boundaries, fear of abandonment, and addictive, impulsive, or compulsive behaviors, among other things.

Further studies suggest that there is a significant correlation between codependency and addiction. One study published in the Portuguese medical journal, “Ciencia e Saude Coletiva”, suggests that wives and mothers of drug users have a higher chance of high codependency.

Grey writes, “It’s easy to fall into the trap of constantly trying to fix other people’s problems using your time, money, and resources. It’s a habit that’s been formed over time, and it’s hard to break. Saying no to helping others can feel incredibly guilty, and the fear of losing their love often prevents you from putting yourself first.”

Interested parties can find more information by visiting

Codependent Cure

4895 Windward Passage Drive

United States

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