I’ve only recently started reading about the concept of codependence.
My entire life, I finally realized that I felt legitimately powerful emotions for other humans but I guess I had never exactly understood the full extent of our dependence on other living beings.
And then, our Heating, Ventilation, in addition to A/C business worker moved away. You see, for the past 10 years I’ve been using the same little local indoor air conditions control repair shop. I adore that the Heating, Ventilation, in addition to A/C dealership is actually situated right down the street so it’s easy to call them for any HVAC emergency repairs or random repair appointments. I also adore that they are the same specific heating in addition to cooling repair shop that initially installed our massive central air quality control system. I’ve been using the same heating in addition to cooling business worker for this entire time. I appreciate how he knows our forced air furnace in addition to the air conditioner plan better than I even do. He’s been coming out to our apartment for so long that both of us barely even need to get on the phone to discuss our heating in addition to cooling repair appointments at this point. And then, one day our number one air quality control specialist told myself and others that he suddenly would be relocating. Apparently, he needs to be closer to his family so very soon he will be finding a new Heating, Ventilation, in addition to A/C repair shop to work at, about 2 states away. I was actually devastated by this news. I broke down sobbing. The next day in therapy, my counselor and I spent the entire session talking about our obvious emotional connection troubles… and talking about HVAC repair shops in the area.