co-dependent


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co-dependent

(esp US Psych)
nKoabhängige(r) mf
adjkoabhängig
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After being co-dependent upon others, she understands that she is in an unhealthy emotional state.
We were Skyping the assembly to Bahrain and talked about five dignity principles, how dignity is co-dependent on your own dignity - the more dignified acts you create, the more dignified people will receive you.
R: He feels the pressure of dating someone in the workplace who is out of his But he and Trish have weird co-dependent friendship.
Sometimes stringent employment laws and social mores make employers easy prey to the co-dependent trap of justifying, rationalizing and minimizing what they witness.
It is an emphatic Ai Weiwei statement that is emphatically true of his work where the two are not just inseparable but co-dependent.
However, implicit in people of faith is their fear of self autonomy, which would ultimately change the dependency relationship between doctor and patient as a consequence of the Bill, giving a patient a co-dependent say in their wish to have assisted dying.
The life and death of the market is not co-dependent on the co-working entities.
In contrast to top-down control, we explore a developmental plasticity of bio-hybrid systems, where robots and plans grow together from sprout to adult stage and form a closely co-dependent and self-organized system.
And just in case it isn't clear yet, Coleman herself said that her co-dependent relationship with the Time Lord is what keeps Clara come back for more adventure with him even after her boyfriend Danny Pink's death.
Managing Partner and co-founder of investment firm Catalyst PartnersAli Al-Taheri agreed, saying that the Egypt is co-dependent on other markets.