Relationships and Codependency
Our thinking creates our entire experience of life—including our experience of our relationships. We don’t feel the other person, we feel our thinking about them. If you find yourself in habitual relationship patterns, seeing how your experience works and from where it originates (hint: it’s not originating from your partner!) can change everything.
The resources below will begin to paint a very different picture of relationships and codependency. I highly recommend joining me in the next The Little School of Big Change course for more in-depth, guided support.
Ask Amy: My husband had an online affair and I can’t stop thinking about it!
Melanie has been happily married for 40 years.
They had a rough 6 months and her husband had an online affair that she says left her a bit traumatized.
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"I rediscovered the peace that I’ve always had within me... I still get caught up in my thinking but the world is a much more beautiful, peaceful place to live in now that I know how my experience of it is created.”
“I don't feel the same need to rush in and try and 'fix' every situation when I'm upset or if someone around me is upset. I'm seeing in the most wonderful way that when I allow myself and others some space before jumping in to figure it out in the heat of the moment that solutions to problems naturally arise or there's nothing that needs to be done. It's pretty amazing - so grateful.”
“Amy led me through this understanding in a very simple and accessible way. Not only did I have many great insights, but I saw tangible results in the way I now approach my unwanted habits.”