I cannot help but think that one of the surest ways to break out of codependency is to earnestly tell one's story four to five times a day. I have to admit that I have never done this, but what I have found is that every time I do tell my story I am that much stronger on the path of healing. I find codependency to be one of the more difficult problems to know where it starts and stops, and hence to know when I am completely healed. What I do know is that I will be walking the path of healing for the rest of my life, mostly in a state of being recovered, but I will always be looking out for that little old habit that wants to sneak back into my life, that old manifestation of a problem I had thought was long-gone: it's called vigilance. Keeping it clean.
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