Co-Dependents Anonymous (CoDA) is a twelve-step program for people who share a common desire to develop functional and healthy relationships.
National 12 step meetings and Anonymous Groups is a growing repository of meeting data for all well-known established 12 step groups. From coast-to-coast in the USA, this is a growing and free resource to update meetings for all anonymous 12 step groups. The purpose is simple. Provide necessary logistics via maps, precisely the location of a community of people seeking recovery in a private setting. Often times, there isn’t one resource that compiles the meeting locations for all groups, thereby making attendance quite difficult and threatening to one’s recovery. We hope that with your participation, we collectively are able to achieve this goal.
12 Step National Meetings is operated by Sober Group LLC, whose focus, passion, and reason for being resides in our commitment to help addiction treatment and sober living entities grow and thrive in the digital world. Our job is to create relevant and lasting connections between treatment professionals and the clients who seek them.
Avoiding another’s behavior and problems- Codependency occurs when a person focuses on another’s behavior and problems as a means of avoiding his own issues or pain. It is common for friends and family members of alcoholics or drug addicts to become enmeshed in codependency. To enhance recovery from this style of interaction, it is important to find a codependency support… Cycle of codependency- Identify if any other disorders feed codependency and see if they exist in the home. Often someone who is codependent fuels problems such as alcoholism or other addictions and is physically or emotionally abusive family members. Codependency is difficult to break unless the family addresses the underlying issues in the household to deal with codependency.… Dealing With an Extremely Co-Dependent Family- Everyone needs support and encouragement from others and it’s normal to want those that you care about to think the best of you, but when the scale tips into needing that affirmation in order to feel normal, the cycle of codependency has begun. Like other disorders that plague families, codependency breeds itself within the walls… End-point of despair and the beginning of hope- The month and the year I finally hit the emotional, physical, and mental bottom of the grave I’d been digging for myself. For me, Step One was the admission that I had played god in my life for 33 years, and as a self-made god, I was completely inadequate, my life completely unmanageable. Admitting to… How to Deal With an Extremely Co-Dependent Family- Everyone needs support and encouragement from others and it’s normal to want those that you care about to think the best of you, but when the scale tips into needing that affirmation in order to feel normal, the cycle of codependency has begun. Like other disorders that plague families, codependency breeds itself within the walls…