Do two people with codependent personalities ever make a long lasting relationship?
I mean emotional codependancy. They try to get the upperhand and a pretty insecure with one another.
she tries to make him jealous so he wont leave her, he gets jealous of guys hitting on her online (internet relationship)
he has admitted to her he is insecure
- Anonymous1 decade agoFavorite Answer
JJ, before a person can be in a successful relationship they must like themself, personally, before anyone else can. To be secure and trusting of another, one must first be secure and trusting of oneself.
Anything is possible, the two emotional codependents may be able to work out something that works for them, but it doesn't sound likely to me. But tht's just my opinion.
- 1 decade ago
That is a pretty big general question for anyone to answer, you sound like you are frustrated.
If you want to try to make it work, try CoDa; Codepandants Anonymous. Old habits are hard to break, but contrary to popular belief, you can relearn, reteach, rethink yourself or both of yourselves into new ways of thinking, acting and behaving. I am a firm believer in any 12 step program.
- wasteLv 43 years ago
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- Bob HLv 71 decade ago
I doubt it. Two people can't play the same role in the same play. But if they have to, one will take a new role. It's like an alcoholic getting sober; he finds he's no longer needed, leaves, and the group/family must find a new one.