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co-dependent . whats it mean?
December 12, 2001
10:34 am
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Ok, i'm not completely confused, but not exactly clear about it either. what does co-dependent means. could someone please tell me?
thanx, Jess

December 12, 2001
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I think it's a combination of having childhood issues, not being aware of them, not dealing with those feelings associated, and finding a person who's the perfect model to act out those feelings onto. The model probably does the same thing back. The model is like the opposite parent in some way and their presence triggers the acting out of those feelings.

December 12, 2001
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If you are correct--been there, am doing that and am trying to quit.
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December 12, 2001
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Dependent out side of your self for your emotional well being. How does that sound ? the origin of that I believe could be from your family of origin, could be something learned from a relationship, or aquired behavior. Like always doing for others, over your own needs. We today are supposed to be self fulfilling, non dependent on others, or substances. Non tolorant of offensive behavior, or invasion of personal boundrylines. Sometimes, I wonder if its really possible, or just a great marketing plan for a society influx. this is part of our evolution I believe, sometimes thinking an agenda to destroy relationships, the family, creating isolation, for a takeover. the phrase co-dependent has been so over used, sometimes it looses its meaning. I personally have not been able to observe a successful marriage with out some co-depenency, and parent child relationship with out some co-dependency, and even in business, or involvement with anything as some form of co-dependency, its all about balance.

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