Love Life Love Yourself
Relationship and Well being Coach
Copyright © 2016. Release and Be Free. Teresa Norris
My Relationship Experience
I’ve been with Mike my amazing husband whom I met on a blind date thirty-
As a result of Mike being unable to meet those needs I reached a point where everything felt hopeless and I decided to walk away from the marriage. It was at that point that I discovered these techniques and put them into practice. My relationship changed immediately and has got better each day in every way including getting lots of hugs. It feels like I am on permanent honeymoon. We have both changed so much. I wish I had had these techniques and what I know now years ago.
Break Free Now Co-
What is Co-
This is when someone is dependant on approval from someone else for their self-
What Makes Someone Co-
This starts in childhood when the parent needs are more important than the child’s.
When a child has to constantly meet the needs of others they suppress their own
needs and become addicted to meeting the needs of other people. For example when
a child experiences physical or sexual abuse, emotional neglect, the reversal of
the parent child role or has an addicted parent e.g. to drugs, alcohol, gambling
etc. the child may develop co-
Usually whatever they did as a child was never good enough and resulted in them feeling unlovable. When basic needs such as feeling loved, approved of etc. aren’t met for children, they go through adulthood trying to get these needs met from others. This involves a person giving their power away to others as they are dependent on them to feel good about themselves.
Signs of Co-
1. Taking care of other people excessively.
3. Confusing love with pity and loving people that you can pity and rescue.
4. May have the compulsive behaviour such as excessive working,alcohol,drugs,eating,exercise, spending money,smoking,anorexia etc.
5. Difficulty in identifying your own feelings having suppressed them since childhood.
6. Difficulty in identifying your own needs.
7. Difficulty making decisions in a relationship.
8. Difficulty communicating in a relationship.
9. Addiction to excitement.
10. You put approval from others before your self-
11. Excessive need for approval.
12. Judging self harshly and having a low sense of self-
13. Difficulty trusting yourself.
14. Being a reactor rather than an actor.
15. Feeling excessively responsible for others actions.
16. Being dependant on relationships where you know you will suffer and not get your needs met.
17. Neglecting to care for yourself when in a relationship, even though you can care for yourself when alone.
18. Spending a disproportionate amount of time on relationships and obsessively thinking about, wanting to be with, touch and talk to your partner.
19. Rating your partner as being superior to yourself or having more power.
20. Having an unrealistic expectation of unconditional positive regard from other person. Wanting to be cared for and deeply loved by your partner and always being disappointed as no one can satisfy your insatiable demand.
21. Feelings of guilt if you stand up for yourself.
22. Fear of being alone.
23. Fear of being abandoned.
24. Attraction to narcissistic, needy and manipulative people.
I do not know what I want.
I have no clear sense of direction and feel lost.
I need to be told what to do.
I do not know what I feel or want or if I do then my needs are unimportant.
I am unimportant and other people are more important than me.
I need to feel important and powerful by looking after helpless people.
Common Narcissist Needy Manipulator Beliefs
I cannot take care of myself and need to be taken care of.
I need everyone to do what I want them to do when I want it.
I am the most important person in the room.
You are unimportant.
The Role of Shame in Co-
When a person is not valued for whom they are as a child they develop internalised
shame. This happens when they have to hide their true self as they are growing up.
It results when someone feels imperfect and of no value resulting in them feeling
unlovable. This gets re-
Is it Time to Break Free?
Benefits of Break Free Now Co-
After extensive studying and personal experience of enduring and over-
1. Release feelings of guilt, shame and inferiority.
2. Find self-
3. Move from being a victim to being empowered.
4. Clear childhood pain and any responsibility you felt for adults as a child.
5. Be free of addictions to substances, behaviours or people.
6. Release people pleasing behaviour.
7. Release any loss or grief you are feeling for your ‘X’ and what might have been.
8. Be able to identify your own feeling and needs.
9. Be able to spot needy, manipulative and narcissistic people and learn who you can trust.
10. Attract loving and caring people into your life without the need to obsess over them.
11. Learn a powerful visualisation technique.
This is just a selection of what your will learn on this transformational programme.
©2015Teresa Norris Release and Be Free
Break Free Now Co-