In this video, Silvia Congost discusses the emotional dependency that can occur between couples. She offers advice on how to break free from it, and suggests that people try to forgive their partner if they are struggling in their relationship.
00:00:00 This video is a presentation of questions and answers about emotional dependency in relationships. The presenter talks about how common it is for people to ask questions about emotional dependency, how they are repeated over social media, and how they could be resolved in live-streaming sessions. There is also a question and answer session at the end of the video. People may experience emotional dependency when they have been hurt in previous relationships and the fear of being hurt again keeps them from opening up fully to their current partner. They may need professional help to overcome their fear and dependency.
00:05:00 Silvia Congost talks about the emotional dependency that can develop between couples, and offers advice on how to break free if it becomes a problem. She says that, if there is a significant difference in personality or values, a relationship can become toxic. If you notice any of these signs of toxicity, it's important to talk to your partner about it and attempt to find a solution that works for both of you.
00:10:00 The video discusses the importance of emotional dependency in a relationship, and provides tips on how to break free from it. It advises that if you feel you are still connected to that person, you should break contact. If you continue to contact them, it will form part of your memory and mind, and the same is true for contact zero. If you feel that person is constantly in your mind and life, it is because you are still receiving information from that person in some way, be it through friends, neighbors, or simply by coincidence. If you are still receiving information and information about that person is affecting your decisions, you should consider leaving the relationship. Once you are aware of what might happen in a relationship if you stay, you can strengthen your self-esteem and realize that it might eventually end. Your life will continue as usual if you are not in that person's life.
00:15:00 This video provides advice on how to deal with emotional dependence in a relationship. It discusses the concept of emotional dependency and emotional abandonment, and how each can be painful. The video then provides advice on how to avoid emotional dependence and abandonment in a relationship.
00:20:00 The video discusses the concept of emotional dependency, which is when one person in a relationship feels a strong need to be close to the other person. There are two types of dependency: healthy and unhealthy. Healthy dependency is when you feel comfortable and happy being around that person, and you don't want them to leave. Unhealthy dependency is when you feel like you can't survive without that person, and when they end the relationship, you feel like a failure. To avoid becoming emotionally dependent in future relationships, it is important to learn what dependency is and how to change it. emotional dependency is always toxic, and people often ask how to change if they have been dependent in the past. The video recommends learning how to change, and then applying that knowledge when encountering similar situations in future relationships. If one of the partners wants to distance themselves from the other, it is important to accept that as a possibility. It is also important to remember important people in one's life, and to never abandon friends or family in favor of a relationship. If a relationship is not fulfilling on a physical or emotional level, it is important to seek out other activities to keep one's social life and personal life separate.
00:25:00 In this video, Silvia Congost discusses the emotional dependency of couples. She discusses the risks and benefits of being emotionally dependent on one another. She emphasizes the importance of being clear with one's ex about one's intentions, and advises patience in breaking off a relationship. She also discusses the importance of self-care and maintaining one's own self-respect when breaking up.
00:30:00 In this video, Silvia Congost discusses the importance of emotional dependency in relationships and how to overcome indecision. She suggests that it's important to have realistic expectations about what you want from a relationship, to set boundaries, and to be self-sufficient. If you feel that you are constantly dependent on your partner, it may be indicative of a low self-esteem. There are also cases where people are excessively jealous, which is not based on a deep level of love.
00:35:00 La pareja en la que la persona que está sufriendo dependencia emocional no está cómoda o cómoda con la experiencia puede estar en riesgo de estar separadas. Según la autora, para evitar esto es importante que estemos en contacto con la fe y confianza de que todas las personas que salen de una relación que ha sido tóxica realicen mejoras en su vida.
00:40:00 In this video, Silvia Congost discusses the emotional dependency of couples. She discusses three types of dependency, Narcissistic, Codependent, and Dependent. She talks about how to identify and avoid dependency in relationships. Finally, she suggests that people who are struggling in their relationships should try to forgive their partner, and that this can help free them from the dependency.