[thrive_headline_focus title=”0001: Codependence and Addiction – How to Stop Codependency” orientation=”left”] [shareaholic app=”follow_buttons” id=”26231114″]
The stakeholder relationship is really important. Once you understand what it is, you will see it at work in many situations. As a recovery stakeholder, you have a stake in your loved ones’ recovery. You have a stake in seeing recovery stick. So, we coined the term recovery stakeholder. It seemed appropriate and most people that we have talked to that are in this boat agree. The important thing to recognize is that it is a slippery slope for a stakeholder to become codependent with the person that they are in relationship with.
Subscribe to the Show
Time Stamped Show Notes
You can listen to the Episode right here on the RecoverYES site Using the Player Below.
(Click the time stamp … if available … to jump directly to that point in the episode.)
- [01:36] -She talks about how she can see now that she enabled him as he was growing up . . . just trying to be a good mom that wanted life to be a little easier for her son.
- [02:13] -Aware Appreciation.
- [04:28] -Are you still scratching your head a bit? Wondering, what a recovery stakeholder is? And, even if you are one? Let’s start with defining recovery stakeholders.
- [09:34] -Make sure that you are not enabling the addict and prolonging the inevitable.
- [10:54] -Whatever your relationship is with that person, at a certain point, they have to take responsibility for the issue.
- [15:38] -Sometimes, the only thing we can do is to just confront the craziness that we are in the middle of and say, “That is the addiction talking.”
- [16:45] -I am feeling torn. I hadn’t heard from my son in over a week. He texted me yesterday and, once again, blamed my husband and I for what’s going on in his life.
If there were any specific resources referred to in this Episode, you’ll find them here.