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Definition of Codependence
1. [n -S]
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Literary usage of Codependence
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. You Can Choose to Be Happy: "Rise Above" Anxiety, Anger, and Depression by Tom G. Stevens (1998)
"My client's mother believed that children have an obligation to take care of their parents and passed that codependence script to my client. ..."
2. From the Source: A Guide for Implementing Perinatal Addiction Prevention and by Marjorie Rosenweig, Rachel Greenberg, Karen Lyon, Susan Kouner (1998)
"The term codependence should be used cautiously. ... codependence is considered an illness from which sufferers must recover as quickly as possible, ..."
3. Turn of the Century: 2100 by Charlie Pedersen (2007)
"... world population and interaction significantly greater than in the turn of the twentieth century, including climatic, health, and economic codependence? ..."
4. Alternative Medicine: Expanding Medical Horizons by DIANE Publishing Company (1995)
"... alcohol, and codependence recovery; • migraine; • anorexia and bulimia; and • third-trimester pregnancy and birthing. Characterization of the biofield. ..."
5. Wisdom for the Soul: Five Millennia of Prescriptions for Spiritual Healing by Larry Chang (2006)
"And from these depths we are made anew. ~ Jacquelyn Small — Awakening in Time: The Journey from codependence to Co- creation, ..."
6. The Abba Transition by Christopher Waters (2006)
"... be loved that I developed a very sick codependence. I had a few genuine friends, but believed that the only way to be ..."
7. Women and Alcohol Abuse: Prevention Resource Guide (1993)
"... special problems of chemically dependent women, including dual diagnosis and assessment failures; codependence issues; treatment outcomes; summary. ..."