Co-Dependence and PTSD Recovery

September 18, 2014 Michele Rosenthal

After trauma, there's a need for life to feel safe and in control. Sometimes, we put in place really good and healthy habits that help the transition from trauma to life afterward. Other times, it's easy to slip into habits, cycles and patterns that are very destructive. For example, co-dependence. When you put this type of behavior together with posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) you can increase the time it takes to heal tenfold.

Co-Dependence and What You Can Do About It

3 ways to identify co-dependence in your relationships.If you're asking, "What is co-dependence?" this month's audio will answer the question, plus explain how to spot the signs of it in yourself or a loved one.

Take a listen by clicking the link below....

How To Spot Co-Dependence

Michele is the author of Your Life After Trauma: Powerful Practices to Reclaim Your Identity. Connect with her on Google+, LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter and her blog.

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Rosenthal, M. (2014, September 18). Co-Dependence and PTSD Recovery, HealthyPlace. Retrieved on 2024, July 22 from

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