Are you stressed out, drained and used up from giving too much in your relationships? You may be codependent. Take the Codependency Test to find out…

Low Score 0-3 Codependency Signs
Medium Score 4-6 Codependency Signs
High Score 7-9 Codependency Signs

Codependents sacrifice themselves by over­giving.Yet not matter how hard they work to give give give, they cannot succeed in making everything perfect for the takers in their lives.

Think back now to your early years. Count how many signs were true for you…

#1 ­ Home was not safe
You grew up in a dysfunctional home. Your parents were addicts or constantly fighting. This taught you that it was your job to make everything okay.

# 2 ­Other people come first ­
The chaos of your family background taught you that you were not important. Nobody paid much attention to you except when you were being helpful.

# 3 ­ mature child
You had to grow up quickly so that you could take care of your siblings or parents who couldn’t look after themselves.

# 4 ­ Saying ‘no’ means you don’t love me
You think it’s selfish to say ‘no’ which gets you into situations that you later come to resent.

# 5 ­ Nothing you do is ever good enough ­
You used to jump through hoops trying to please your parents. Either they didn’t care about your achievements or were a disappointment to them.

# 6 ­ Crying or being sad is not okay ­
In your family talking about feelings was not allowed. Only your parents could express their feelings when drunk or when fighting.

# 7 ­ People are unreliable ­
Controlling love. Your parent’s love was given and taken away depending on the help you gave them or the trophies you won.

# 8 ­ Who cares?­
You were a ghost in your house and what you had to say was not important.

# 9 ­ love means ‘Do as I say’
You have lived a lifetime of doing exactly as your famiy members dictate. Who am I and what do I want?

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Low Score 0-3 Codependency Signs
Medium Score 4-6 Codependency Signs
High Score 7-9 Codependency Signs


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