One part of our sex life is power roles. If you take a closer look at your relationship to sex, you will likely recognize that you tend to play a certain role in the power structure of sex. At the very basic level there is the dominant role and the submissive role. To be clear, I am not referring to Kink lifestyles here. In basic vanilla relationships, you can see a basic power dynamic of some partners who tend to be more submissive and some who tend to be more dominant. You can also find people who are comfortable in both roles.
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Many codependents are in abusive relationships with addicts or people with mental illness. The symptoms of codependency encourage the dysfunctional dynamics in these relationships, which in turn worsens codependent symptoms. This causes basic insecurity and fear of being abandoned. Because many codependents have become alienated from their feelings, the drama of an intimate relationship with someone addicted or mentally disordered can feel energizing or familiar if their childhood was similar. Codependents yearn for love and connection, and being desired makes them feel lovable.
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We've all heard the saying, "a watched clock never moves. In fact, countless studies have shown that texting can create a great deal of anxiety. Whether you use texting to keep in touch or you use it to avoid difficult situations, texting is both a good thing and a bad thing.