Ineffable Living is a codependency & mental health blog where we share well researched, evidence-based, and actionable content.
Meet The Author
My name is Hadiah. I am a counselor specializing in treating codependency, and the author behind Ineffable Living blog – a codependency and mental health blog. I am also a recovered codependent, using my experience to help people connect with themselves and feel more empowered. Here, I address issues related to codependency, such as perfectionism, people-pleasing, boundary setting, love addiction, recovery from shame and emotional abuse, narcissistic abuse recovery, trauma recovery, managing anxiety and depression, increasing self-love and self-esteem, etc. This is a codependency quiz (along with additional free resources) to help you know if you have codependent tendencies. But you don’t have to be codependent to benefit from the information on this blog.
Why should you care about your mental health?
You should care because you only have one life and it’s a short one.
Each one of us wants to share their unique gifts to make the world better.
When you are bogged down by emotional problems, it becomes difficult for you to do what you are put on this earth to do.
You MUST make your mental health a priority.
Please note the information contained within this blog is for educational and entertainment purposes only. All effort has been executed to present accurate, up to date, and reliable, complete information. No warranties of any kind are declared or implied. Readers acknowledge that the author is not engaging in the rendering of legal, financial, medical or professional advice. The content within this blog has been derived from various sources.
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What People Are Saying
Can I just say, THANK YOU!!!!
The perfect article I was looking for. I feel attacked which is a GREAT sign. Need to get my masculine on track.
Always dealt with too much feminine, and I just thought I was a “highly sensitive person”. While that may be true, it is VERY evident that I’m just strong in my feminine with very little order my whole life and I never understood why!
TIME FOR SOME CHANGE!!
Honestly can’t thank you enough for this article.
Thank you for putting this out there. I agree with your opinion and I hope more people would come to agree with this as well.
– Dr. Geraldine K. Piorkowski