Join Naomi for an audio replay of her livestream on the topic of empaths and co-dependency.
Empaths can often get caught up in codependent relationships:
Co-dependency Defined: An emotional and behavioral condition that affects an individual’s ability to have a healthy, mutually satisfying relationship
These relationships are often one-sided and emotional destructive and toxic.
- An exaggerated sense of responsibility for the actions of others
- Tendency to confuse “love” with “pity”
- Tendency to do more than their share, all of the time
- Feeling hurt when their efforts aren’t recognized
- Lack of trust in self or others
- Fear of being abandoned or alone
- Difficulty in identifying own feelings
- Chronic anger
- Poor communication
- Difficulty with making decisions
- Being dismissive or forgetful or what happens within the relationship on a daily basis
Co-dependent relationships are rooted in many factors, but it's also rooted in limiting beliefs (ex. “I’m not strong enough.”
Here's some examples of how this is actually showing up for us in our lives as empaths.
- Seeking the advice of others for most of all your decision making
- Giving your personal power away by seeking permission from others first
- Not trusting your own intuition
If you’re an empath in a relationship looking for more guidance with releasing limiting beliefs like these so that you can stand in your own personal power in your partnerships…
I’d love to invite you to join me in the Empowered Empath Coaching Course. This is my 8-week, 1:1 coaching program for empaths who want to understand their gifts, overcome energetic overwhelm, release limiting beliefs, and build better boundaries in their relationships.
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