Now you know your codependency score.

If you need to see it again, check your email, as we emailed you a copy of your score.

Your score is your starting point in creating freedom, peace, healthy relationships, and happiness again in your life as it gives you insight into how much codependency is driving your daily life, relationships, and choices.

Identify your next steps below based on your score.

Evaluate Your Score:

0-18 Points: Continue to grow your relationships and sense of self in your life as you have been doing.  Keep an eye out for where you might be pleasing others, avoiding your needs, or otherwise being “nice”. 

19-40 Points: Explore where you can improve your sense of safety and connection in your relationships, and increase your sense of worth and safety being yourself.  This will lead to more connection, prosperity, security, and enjoyment in your daily life.  Typically, a self-help book or a session or two with a therapist can help you fine-tune these areas of your life.

41-60 Points: Take a deeper look at your sense of self-worth, along with how to soothe and care for anxiety, insecurity, shame, and guilt.  There are important needs that are going unmet and need to be cared for. 

61+ Points: Codependency is likely the way you know how to live, how to breathe, and how to relate. You may feel that it is “who you are” or is simply all you’ve known. You may be in, exiting, or have just exited a toxic relationship. 

Next Step: Determine Your Preferred Codependent Tactic

Codependency is a strategy for meeting your needs.  This strategy has six core tactics:

  • People-pleasing
  • Toxic Accommodation
  • Perfectionism
  • Earning Worth/Proving Worth
  • Fixing/Caretaking
  • Merging

Anyone dealing with a large level of codependency in their personal life will have a preferred tactic they use to get their need for safety, connection, and worth met

Knowing this tactic helps you in understanding what you do, why you do it, and then you can begin to shift it.

Determine your Codependent Tactic by completing the “Preferred Codependent Tactic Assessment” here: