With failure to launch households, parents can find themselves fulfilling every need of their loved one. Seemingly, these parents believe it’s necessary in order to create peace in the household. This belief and behavior is called “co-dependency“. With co-dependency, everyone in the relationship has come to believe that they can’t survive without this learned behavior.
Co-dependent and enabling behavior keeps everyone stuck in their illness. Fear keeps everyone stuck. The result is that no one feels successful. And everyone is exhausted, physically, emotionally, and spiritually.
With recovery coaching, we create a shift so your child can take the next right step toward becoming an adult. We provide you and your loved one with tangible, manageable tools to help each of you discern the next right step toward healing and wholeness. And we give you the space and guidance to get on with your own life.