You can’t solve someone else’s part of a problem.

One of the hardest things about ending codependency is that it tugs at your heart. You develop codependent habits because you care, and you don’t want to hurt anyone. You want to see an addict get better or you want to see your child succeed. When we see our loved ones suffering, it’s easy to want to come to their rescue. But the reality is, you can’t get sober for someone, and you cannot make your child learn lessons that are essential to growing up. We are to be responsible to someone by providing them resources to get help, but we are not responsible for someone in a sense that it’s not our place to do the work for someone else. Let’s talk about that here, and scroll down for more.


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  • Problems arise when boundaries of responsibility are confused.
  • Just because you don’t take responsibility for someone’s behavior, it doesn’t mean you don’t love them.
  • We are to love one another but not be one another. It’s not good to rescue someone from the consequences of their behavior, because you’ll only have to do it again.

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