Point of Failure: How Codependency Creates Toxic Work Environments


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We test materials to the point of failure, adding more and more stress and pressure. As humans, we do not require any such testing to prove our worth. Codependency tricks us into believing we do and we're all paying the price as it becomes institutionalized in our profession.

  1. Codependency has nothing to do with your strength of character or resilience. It's rooted in your need to make others happy at the expense of your own well being.
  2. Signs that you have a problem with codependency include, need for control, perfectionism, suppressing your emotions, losing your own identity and sense of what you actually want and need.
  3. Codependency has become institutionalized in our profession and looks like overperforming, lack of respect for schedules, and sacrificing fees or staff well being to please a client.
  4. Getting out of codependency requires getting back in touch with your own identity, needs and wants and making them non-negotiable.
  5. If you'd like help discovering the root cause of your codependent tendencies and getting clarity on defining success on your terms, contact me at angela@architectingpodcast.com


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