How do we endure the weightiness of emotional dependency, and how do we move beyond our emotional dependency?

The conversation continues in the second part of this two-part episode on emotional dependency, featuring Tom, Elliott, Marshall, Corey, and Bradley. In this episode, Tom, Elliott, and Marshall share their personal stories of emotional dependency, and we discuss the difficult steps beyond emodep.

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Finally, don’t forget to comment on this episode below: what happened in the aftermath of your emotional dependency? Did the friendship survive, thrive, or die?

We hope you enjoy our latest episode:

Show notes:

Tom’s posts:

Tom’s story of emotional dependency:

Marshall’s posts:

Marshall’s story of emotional dependency:

Marshall’s story of relational restoration:

Bradley’s posts:

The “Fish Love” video by Rabbi Abraham Twerski:

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