Learn More About Codependency (Podcast Interview)

Woman and man in an unhealthy relationship. Learn More About Codependency.

 

Codependency can be a confusing term! Have you ever wondered if you’re codependent? And if you are, where did it come from — and more importantly, how do you overcome it?

 

I was recently interviewed by Lourdes Viado, Ph.D., the host of the popular podcast Women In-Depth, all about codependency. The Women In-Depth podcast “…goes beneath the surface and takes a deeper look at relationships, motherhood, self-acceptance, authenticity, aging, healing, suffering, loss, and other areas connected to the emotional and psychological well-being of women.” I personally think it’s a very thought-provoking podcast, especially for those interested in understanding themselves and the human condition better.

 

My interview about codependency can be found in Episode 68 of Women In-Depth.

This episode covers:

  • What codependency is (and what it isn’t)
  • Signs and symptoms of codependencyUnderstanding codependency podcast interview on women in depth episode 68
  • The causes of codependency including childhood trauma, childhood emotional neglect, and generational trauma
  • Ways to recover from codependency
  • The connection between codependency, control, and perfectionism
  • The stigma of codependency and why codependency is so difficult to accept, understand and heal

 

 

Please click here to listen to Episode 68: Understanding & Healing Codependency with Sharon Martin, LCSW.

You can also subscribe to Women In-Depth in iTunes or Google Play.

 

Other resources for understanding codependency:

Parenting When You’re Codependent: Breaking the Cycle

Should I Leave a Toxic Relationship?

How Codependents Can Stop Enabling and Controlling

5 Myths & 5 Truths About Codependency

Women In-Depth Episode 22: Overcoming People Pleasing with Sharon Martin, LCSW

 

 

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Sharon Martin, a licensed counselor and therapist in San Jose, specializes in helping you decrease stress and anxiety in order to create a peaceful and balanced life. With 20 years of experience, Sharon has helped hundreds of men and women overcome codependency, perfectionism, and self-criticism so they can embrace their authentic selves and build happy, healthy relationships. She has a private psychotherapy practice in Campbell where she is available for in-person short and long-term counseling. Sharon is also the author of Setting Boundaries Without Guilt: A Workbook to Move You From Doormat to Empowerment.

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