April 23, 2024
self esteem

Top Dysfunctional Family Roles Affecting Self-Esteem–Part 2

Children of dysfunctional families come to believe they are responsible for their parents’ problems. As a result they develop low self-esteem. Carl Benedict, Counselor What types of  dysfunctional family roles occur in dysfunctional families? What we learned from our families colors the way we feel about ourselves and our relationships. Types Of Dysfunctional Family Roles:

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self esteem

Top Dysfunctional Family Roles Affecting Self-Esteem

  Why did we, as children, adopt dysfunctional family roles in our family? In dysfunctional families the roles we took on tended to be unhealthy because of alcohol or drug addiction, physical or sexual abuse, or extreme aggression by a parent. We fell into these roles as a way to reduce stress and emotional pain.

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Codependency

Men How to Get Out of a Codependent Relationship?

It’s often obvious that a needy, demanding woman who clings to a man has codependent tendencies. However, a relationship consists of two people, and HE is no less responsible.  In fact, his behavior can also be labeled “codependent.”  Two people who have codependent tendencies may act in opposite ways: While one is needy and drains

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