Okay... I'm two and a half years sober, and recently divorced. I've done a lot of healing in those two and half years, and with the divorce I am on yet another hero's journey. One thing I was not aware of getting sober was codependency. I stumbled across an article online the other day, and it hit me like a ton of bricks. I am a codependent. I'd heard the word, but didn't really know what it meant. I am relieved and scared at the same time. Does anyone have any advice for healing from this? What are some good first steps to take? Action steps. Thanks!
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