Every form of addiction is bad, no matter whether the narcotic be alcohol, morphine or idealism.
Luxury Codependency Rehab Marbella
At New Life Marbella, we are often asked by family members the following question, “Are we helping the situation or making things worse?” This is an excellent question. At times the “help” of the family causes more damage to the addict attempting to recover. All families are codependent at some level, some works than others.
What is the Luxury Codependency Rehab Marbella Recovery Program?
New Life Marbella offers comprehensive codependency recovery programs that have been carefully designed to help you build healthier relationships – both with yourself and those around you. During your stay at our luxury codependency retreat, you’ll learn how to prioritize your feelings and goals and develop the skills necessary to live a fulfilling life independent of external validation.
New Life Marbella provides a fully customized codependency recovery program fully tailored to your requirements. This is a journey of honesty and introspection. You’ll be encouraged to look objectively at your relationships and explore the underlying factors that compel you to engage in codependent behavior. Codependency therapy provides the opportunity to establish reasonable boundaries and develop the skills for maintaining healthy and sustainable relationships.
Unresolved childhood experiences are at the core of our codependent tendencies. New Life Marbella will help a person process their early life experiences to maximize successful recovery chances.
Luxury Single Occupant Rehab Facility Southern Europe
Throughout your time at our inpatient rehab for codependency, you’ll receive the highest level of care and support from our experienced clinicians as you work through a range of intensive therapies. Our codependency recovery program isolates you from the distractions of day-to-day life, giving you the time, breathing space, and professional guidance you need to make a positive change. Meet our team, we can help you.
What is Codependency?
Codependency is a dysfunctional relationship pattern in which one person – the codependent – puts another person’s needs ahead of their own. Codependent people excessively crave validation from others and will do almost anything to gain their approval – even if it means enabling addiction and other unhealthy behavior.
A codependent relationship can take many forms. In the context of addiction, a codependent person may fully commit themselves to cater to their partner who is struggling with a substance use disorder (e.g., by providing financial and emotional support). The addict is often highly dependent on the codependent, making the codependent person feel needed and validated, creating a false sense of love and intimacy. This can lead to deeply dysfunctional and one-sided relationships.
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Codependency is typically treated with talk-based therapies such as cognitive behavioral therapy and 12 steps treatment. During treatment, people with codependency learn a range of valuable skills and coping mechanisms, including the ability to recognize problematic behavior, set reasonable boundaries, and develop healthier relationships.
WHAT CAUSES CODEPENDENCY?
Codependency is a learned behavior. For many people, it stems from childhood experiences in dysfunctional family systems. For example, a child who is forced to take on the role of caregiver for a parent who cannot take care of themselves, or a child who is continuously blamed for the family’s dysfunction, may develop codependent traits later in life.
WHAT ARE THE SIGNS OF A CODEPENDENT PERSON?
Someone who is codependent may exhibit the following signs:
- Feel responsible for other people’s problems
- Go out of their way to please people.
- Allow or enable unhealthy behavior.
- Put others’ needs ahead of their own
- Struggle to set reasonable boundaries
- Have an excessive fear of rejection
- Feel unhappy when alone
Codependency can adversely affect both people in a relationship. The caretaker may neglect their own needs to take care of their loved one, which can result in low self-esteem, depression, and a wide range of other physical and mental issues. For the person being cared for, codependency can – directly or indirectly – enable their unhealthy behavior. Codependency rehabilitation centers offer effective treatment options.
Codependent people aren’t necessarily at risk of developing into narcissists. While most narcissists can be classified as codependent, the inverse isn’t true – most codependents are not exploitative or unempathetic, which means they are not considered narcissistic.
IS CODEPENDENCY A MENTAL ILLNESS?
No. Codependency is considered a behavioral condition and is sometimes referred to as relationship addiction. Call our team NOW!