Co-dependence is a mental health problem that requires professional help. You cannot overcome it all by yourself.
I know exactly what you are going through. it was so hard for me. and im sorry you are in this situation. just tell him to leave and if he refuses pick up the phone and tell him you are going to call the police if he doesnt. i know it is going to be hard if you love him but think of yourself. there are plently of "fish in the sea" if that's how you want to put it. you are a great person and you deserve to be happy. just be confident. you can do so much better. good luck. be careful.
It is not easy, but it takes nothing more than time and being honest with yourself and family and friends. I bet talking to a counselor will also help.
Me personally, it has been nearly one year since the abusive relationship ended. I still deal with trust issues and self esteem/confidence issues. I will say they are not nearly as severe as when the relationship first ended.
Talk about what you have experienced with everyone who will listen and NEVER be ashamed of what happened to you...because it is not your fault!!!!
I also have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ and HE by far has been the one who has seen me through the most!!!!!
true love is a special gift given to all who belive in it you will find a boy or girl in your life who you think is the one but you will not know this till you get a feeling that comes from the heart it feels like a tingle when you meet him you will know he may be ugly but apperences are not everything just do what what your heart desires many people belive that the goddess venus is pulling you towards that person so do not pull away
It is possible, but you must contact the authorities. Don't go it alone. You need help, and so does your mom.