There has to be a me, in a healthy we.
So of us have come from backgrounds where codependency or enmeshment was ia normal part of life.
When we come from backgrounds like this it’s really tough to find the me, because we’ve been taught that in order for everybody to feel OK we have to be a united front it has to be a “we”. If someone steps out of the “we” zone this creates a lot of discomfort For the individual who is trying to have their needs met.
Yet in true healthy relationships there is space for the “me”. Space for authenticity, balance for being alone. together and time with others.
If you find yourself in relationships like this keep taking tiny baby steps of doing something for you! Ensure your taking care of yourself and you are meeting your own needs. Many blessings on your self-love/discovery of you journey!