The\u00a0signs of codependency can be seen by the person involved in the codependent relationship as well as a clinician. Asking the right questions of yourself will help you understand the signs of codependency and whether you are codependent in your relationship. Codependency is an indicator of a dysfunctional relationship, and the staff at Lucida Treatment Center understands the signs and can help you understand them as well. The Signs of Codependency Are Subtle These signs indicate you may be involved in a codependent relationship. However, it is not definitive, and these items by themselves can be issues that require work. These items also may be happening at varying levels. Speaking with one of our professional counselors is the best way to determine if you are in a codependent relationship. According to an article by\u00a0Everyday Health, the signs are as follows: \tAn\u00a0amplified feeling of responsibility for the actions of the other person in the relationship \tAn unnatural dependence on relationships, even at your detriment \tFear about abandonment and a\u00a0compulsive need for acceptance and approval \tLow self-esteem and minimal trust in yourself \tApproval by others is more important than your value \tIt's hard to identify your feelings \tDecision-making is difficult within a relationship \tCodependency can occur in other non-romantic relationships All Relationships Can Be Codependent You can be codependent in any relationship in your life. It does not have to be a romantic relationship. There can be codependency between close friends who are not sexually involved. They can also be codependency between mother and child. Every relationship is at risk of codependency in a dysfunctional lifestyle. Understanding the signs of codependency can help you avoid developing these types of relationships. As you enter treatment, you will be cautioned against remaining in codependent relationships. A thorough study of codependency will be explored during treatment at Lucido treatment Center. Some Signs Of Codependency Are Subtle They are not always overly apparent. Some signs of codependency are evident when you're getting to know someone, and you're trying to learn what works best in a relationship. That is, some indicators of codependency may not be negative. Codependency And Substance Or Alcohol Abuse According to Everyday Health, codependency relates to substance-abuse in the following manner: one person in the relationship is abusing drugs, and the other person is enabling their drug use by giving them money, supporting the negative behavior, giving them food and, giving them shelter despite the negative behavior. This is a focus of treatment at Lucida Treatment Center. We understand the need to identify codependency. You need to recognize if you are in a codependent situation. This realization will foster positive outcomes. Completing treatment in a codependent relationship may be a trigger for relapse. Being proactive about your sobriety leads to the realization that codependency must be in the past, along with your addiction. Is substance abuse one of the signs of codependency?\u00a0 Are the signs of codependency synonymous with the signs of mental illness? The answer is "no" to both questions. We Value Your Relationships Lucida\u00a0 Treatment Center values how you interact with your peers, your family, your romantic interests, and, most importantly, yourself. You'll evaluate and discuss all of these relationships in treatment. We design our programs to focus on patients. We need to get to know you so that we can help you put your addiction in the past. Please note the following programs: \tOCD treatment program \tBipolar disorder treatment program \tBorderline personality disorder treatment program \tHeroin addiction treatment program Located in Lantana, Florida, Lucida Treatment Center is good all the way through. You will find comfort and luxury within our walls. Call us today at , to begin the process of admissions to receive the treatment.