co-dependence


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co-dependence

n
1. joint dependence between two or more beings
2. (Psychoanalysis) psychol same as co-dependency
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It supports the principles of universality, co-dependence, indivisibility and inalienability of human rights for all, regardless of gender, race, nationality, language, age, sexual orientation or any other personal circumstance.
Did both parties have an ideological co-dependence from the first?
We conducted a cross-sectional survey in 2010 of100 adult smokers at Tygerberg Academic Hospital in Cape Town to determine the rate of nicotine dependence using the Fagerstrom questionnaire and alcohol co-dependence using the CAGE questionnaire.
Clare is a recovering addict, and the shadows of co-dependence that lurk between the women is one of "Happy Valley's" more interesting subtexts.
Relying solely on the choices, relativities and approval of other countries to chart our course on climate change mitigation would place us in a position of co-dependence.
The Garden exemplifies a co-dependence between human endeavour and the natural world
There's an awful lot going on beneath the surface, with themes of domination, incest and co-dependence occasionally rearing their heads.
Their lives are turned upside-down with the arrival of Josh Brolin's handsome escaped convict There's an awful lot going on beneath the surface, with themes of domination, incest and co-dependence occasionally breaking the murky, brackish waters.
Left to its own devices, nature creates a perfect balance of co-dependence within its systems.
In certain genres of experimental literatures, including the novel, content and form are not consistently easy to yoke apart, co-dependence of aspects of the texts structurally--or de-constructionally-- render form, shape, and aesthetics organically inseparable from theme, meaning, and content.
This idealist muses on the process of balancing concerns of money, ecology, independence and co-dependence, wrapping up the book with insights learned in convoluted manner about nature, society, and himself.
Through their enforced co-dependence a genuine love develops between them Jane discovers a will to live that is fierce and foreign to her.