- think and feel responsible for other people for other people’s feelings, actions, choices, wants, needs, well-being, lack of well-being, and ultimate destiny.
Let’s see if I meet these qualifications:
Do I think and feel responsible for other people’s feelings, actions, choices, wants, needs, well-being, lack of well-being, and ultimate destiny? When I chose to have my second son, James- my husband chose to stay with me (out of choice because he thought that I would NOT do a good job as a mother on my OWN). Should I feel responsible? No. Does he MAKE me feel responsible? I suppose. For my children, I can say without a shadow of a doubt I think and feel responsible ALL the time. Why? Well, because they are children, and it isn’t like they can go out and work for themselves. So I guess, anyone who has children would naturally fit into this category. Qualification 1. MET
How about you. Are you Caretaking for a Codependent Person?
Suggested by a friend, forgotten by me but usually a routine: