co-dependent


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co-dependent

(esp US Psych)
nKoabhängige(r) mf
adjkoabhängig
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They didn't have a wide circle of friends and became co-dependent.
The rural and urban economies are co-dependent, and online transactions help to support both.
We are working towards making transportation sector co-dependent.
They are co-dependent, self-sustaining, durable and bomb-proof.
Some co-dependent parents are unable to let go of their children as they pass through adolescence and enter young adulthood.
However, the siblings quickly become a bit too co-dependent.
Like it or not, that is an inevitable result of the deeply entrenched co-dependent relationship between the world's two largest economies.
And it is explained that Houston's substance abuse began long before entering a destructive co-dependent relationship with the bad boy singer.
I admit I've tried, but it's not my job to be a therapist or mommy-surrogate, or to adopt the needy and play co-dependent while assisting them to continue bad behavior.
We are also planning to partner with identified schools like Aquinas University of Legazpi (AUL) and Divine Word College of Legazpi (DWCL) for sustainability and more value-added services of substance users and their co-dependent,' Arjona said.
In technical jargon, I carry shame, I am co-dependent, I suffer from love addiction and depression in other words, I am a psychotherapist's smorgasbord.
The same process occurred for all of the earlier lost musicians (though with relatively fewer conspiracy theories, depending on the artist), as fans and outlets seemingly entered into a co-dependent relationship of exposure.