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Old 06-30-2020, 03:14 PM
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Sounds like maybe we're conflating codependency with entanglement a bit? Some level of entanglement is fine, I think. Trying an activity to do with a partner, getting to know their friends and family - that's all part of getting closer to someone.

But it needs to be in both directions, and once you start losing your sense of self and subsuming yourself to the relationship, I think that's where things start going wrong.
I think when we talk about disentanglement we are talking about a level of entanglement that at least verges on codependency. Dingedheart seems to have conflated that with any level of entanglement.
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