Are you co-dependent? Somewhere in this interview I talk about when I did grief counseling and my counselor asked me for my definition of co-dependence. I replied that I felt like I always had to make everything GD perfect. His reply was good definition.
This episode goes deeper into feelings of co-dependence with the amazing Angie Speller. When we did this interview we had not crossed the bridge yet of having Angie on the show on a more consistent basis. She said yes to that idea and is actually going to be a #CrazyMktgLadies host and our emphasis will be on how crazy we are about helping you with marketing self, life and business. We are so excited Angie is joining us because she is so sensational at helping people understand their issues and become less stressed in their lives.
- Many of the different signs of co-dependency are discussed
- Low self-esteem
- People pleasing – please learn the word “no”
- Carole has no problem admitting which ones she fits into
- How hypnosis works with non-addictive issues
- Golf lessons anyone
- Dealing with our vulnerabilities
- Problems with intimacy and we are not talking sex
- Why introverts actually do better at networking than extroverts at times
- Yay introverts
- How you can talk to Angie if you don’t live in the area
- New office talk
Angie can be reached by email at email@example.com
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Angie Speller has significant experience in the mental health counseling field. Her 8 years of experience working in substance abuse treatment centers led to her mastery in treating people with the disease of addiction, eating disorders, mood disorders, trauma and an expert in group therapy. She earned additional masters certificate in Marriage and Family Therapy resulting in her proficiency repairing distant and distressed relationships. She received her Masters Degree from the prestigious Rollins College and received additional training in Clinical Hypnosis, Dream Interpretation, and Career Counseling.