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 psychotherapist in the San Jose area, specializes in helping adult children of alcoholics and others who struggle with anxiety, perfectionism, and self-criticism. She has a private psychotherapy practice in CA where she is available for online counseling. Sharon is also the author of The CBT Workbook for Perfectionism and write the blog Conquering Codependency for Psychology Today.

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