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Hi beautiful YouTube family, Lisa A Romano here. Today, I want to talk about codependency and depression. In my opinion, depression is the result of suppression. When you suppress your feelings and emotions, you push them down, which can lead to depression. Emotions are energy in motion, and they are meant to stay in motion. However, when we suppress our emotions, we depress the energy within us. So why would someone who is codependent experience depression? Well, codependent individuals often struggle with telling the truth. They have been taught and brainwashed to believe that their thoughts and feelings are insignificant and invalid. As a result, they are afraid to express themselves and their true emotions. This fear of expressing their feelings stems from their upbringing, where crying or expressing themselves led to humiliation and anger from their parents. As a child, I experienced this firsthand. Whenever I expressed my true feelings, my father would get angry and tell me that I had nothing to cry about. This terrified me, and I learned to suppress my emotions to avoid making my parents angry. I would suppress any negative emotions, whether it was from being bullied at school or having an argument with someone. This pattern of suppressing emotions continues throughout our lives, as our patterns and programs are formed from zero to twelve years old. By the time we're twelve, we think we know what we're doing, but in reality, we're still heavily influenced by the programming we received as children. We go out into the world, thinking we need to suppress our feelings, and this becomes our default mode of operation. We don't wake up to the fact that we should be feeling our feelings and honoring our experiences until much later in life, sometimes not until our 60s, 70s, or 80s. It's bittersweet...