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Re: Intimacy, codependency issues Tabitha

Posted by Medusa on May 11, 2003, at 9:56:46

In reply to Intimacy, codependency issues, posted by Tabitha on May 7, 2003, at 13:41:07

Hi Tabitha, I feel for you!

Lately I'm learning that there's a whole range of options for preventing, say, book abuse. My pattern has been either silence (and cutting the person out of my life) or exploding pressure cooker effect (which generally encourages said offender to cut him/her-self out of my life, good riddance).

I was looking at Martha Linehan's DBT handbook today, at "Handout 6", a description of options for figuring out when to say no (or conversely, to ask for something), how strongly, and how to persist. E-mail me if you'd like more ... buying the book meant I could photocopy for handouts (it's a therapist's guide) but I don't think I can put this on the 'net.




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