I just realized that I'm developing codependent, completely irrational behaviors.
Does anyone here have experience with codependency? If so, do you know of any helpful books about it?
I want and need help now before this goes any further. I don't want to be another poor schmuck who spends his life trying to fix someone who isn't broken in their eyes.
On that note, I don't want to feel like people are broken and in need of my help. I want
I need--well, I want--to write an essay for my college application (it's not required) by Tuesday of the coming week of Spring Break, which starts, for me, at 11:05 a.m. on Friday, March 12th, but I don't know what to write about.
The prompt reads: Originally Posted by Topic C There may be personal information that you want considered as part of your admissions application. Write an essay describing that information. You might include exceptional hardships, challenges, or opportunities
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Taken from one of my responses to Temperamental INTPs:
I'm nineteen, living with my parents, attending post-high school (community college), working a remedial job, and trying not to be deeply, fervently jealous of my more determined and decisive friends, one of whom has a full ride at Duke University and another––the one I'm dating, as a matter of fact––who is on the President's list and has been nominated for Emerging Scholar of the Year at a local school.
I know what