I was reading about traits of codependents and read codependents believe everything is either black or white, there are no gray areas in life. i'm this way, not only in my relationships with addicts, but professionally, with my children, every aspect of my life. And the truth of the matter is, there are gray areas, where healthy people acknowledge and accept this. is anyone else like this? perhaps this is the controlling aspect of codependence. my goal this week is to lighten up on my thinking this way and realize there can be gray areas and it's okay.
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