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Who Does Co-Dependency Affect

02 February 2015 Written by 

 Being Emmeshed With Another Person Is Not Just About Addiction Anymore 

From Mental Health American Co-dependency often affects a spouse, a parent, sibling, friend, or co-worker of a person afflicted with alcohol or drug dependence. Originally, co-dependent was a term used to describe partners in chemical dependency, persons living with, or in a relationship with an addicted person. Similar patterns have been seen in people in relationships with chronically or mentally ill individuals. Today, however, the term has broadened to describe any co-dependent person from any dysfunctional family.

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