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Starts Tuesday, January 9th at 6:30 PM (Information Session to discover more about this group)

Group Begins Tuesday, January 16th, 6:30 - 8:00 PM and meets weekly for roughly 20 weeks.

Do you understand codependency? Let’s start by taking a look at some of the common symptoms. Check to see if these apply in your life.

Codependency Checklist

  • Feeling personally responsible for the way others feel and act.

  • Needing to be loved by another person in order to feel validated and significant.

  • Believing with enough effort, love can be earned.

  • Losing own interests and identity in close relationships. Defining sense of self through another person, with  no separation of emotions, feelings and attitudes (happy if they are happy, sad if they are sad).

  • Changing self (becoming a chameleon) to fit in with peers, friends, and family members, even if it means compromising moral and spiritual convictions.

  • Compelling fear of being alone or abandoned; or, isolating from close relationships to avoid rejection altogether

  • Overly caring for other people to the neglect of own needs.

  • Tolerating mistreatment or abuse from people while excusing their behavior (he didn’t mean it, he’s just having a bad day)

  • Avoiding conflict with other people to the point of being unable to speak true feelings or directly ask for legitimate needs. 

  • Covering up for irresponsible people in life by lying or “filling in the gaps” to “help” them.

  • Doing for others what they should be doing for themselves, while neglecting own responsibilities or needs in the process

  • Telling frequent “white lies” out of fear that truth might not be accepted or will lead to some sort of rejection. These “white lies” can come in the form of exaggeration and covering up things that aren’t necessarily wrong in order to feel accepted.

  • Becoming an enabler by protecting a person from emotional pain or consequences of their unhealthy behaviors, such as using drugs and alcohol.

  • Directly or indirectly attempt to fix, manage or control another person’s problems, even if it was meant in a loving way.  

  • Living in constant crisis. Feeling empty, bored or unimportant when not helping someone or responding to a crisis situation.

  • Trying to please people by going out of the way to be helpful, thoughtful or caring, and then becoming angry or discouraged when they don’t respond a certain way.

  • Migrating towards people who need help, yet having a difficult time receiving help from others.  

  • Having a difficult time saying “no”, even when it causes compromise.

  • Worrying about other people’s feelings so much that their problems affect own feelings significantly.

  • Feeling responsible for others emotional, spiritual and physical needs; feeling the need to “save and rescue” people from bad feelings even when the situation may be very unhealthy and dangerous.

If you can identify with two or more of these, there is a good chance you have codependent tendencies.

From Surviving to Significance takes you through a truth-finding journey to reveal your system of love, life and relationships. It practically addresses the manifest behaviors, emotions and needs of the codependent, while simultaneously introducing the precious truths of God’s love. This group doesn’t just diagnose the problem, but offers the healing principles of the Lord Jesus Christ in a fresh and profound way. When applied, you will have the opportunity to walk in freedom and grace, rather than bondage and control. Above all, this journey allows you to find freedom, purpose and identity in Christ. This group is for any woman who wants to grow closer to God, and to embrace healthy and whole relationships.

Purchase workbook here.

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