These patterns and characteristics are offered from CODA (Co-Dependents Anonymous) as a tool to aid in self-evaluation. They may be particularly helpful to people who are new to learning about co-dependency.
It's up to you to investigate this avenue further should you feel the need. As previously stated - abusive relationships and co-dependency often walk hand-in-hand.
If you've reached this page through an outside link, you may want to read up on co-dependency before taking the quiz.
Check each box if you feel your reply is 'yes.' Even though some of the questions may be difficult, answer as honestly as you can. It's all to your benefit to do so.
The quiz results will provide you with definitive answers concerning you, your relationship and co-dependency. The results also include more information about co-dependency and further links to follow-up on.
[ Am I Co-dependent? quiz © 2013 by Heart 2 Heart - Men Hurt Too. All Rights Reserved. Am I Co-dependent? questions © 2010 Co-Dependents Anonymous, Inc. and its licensors. All Rights Reserved. ]
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