Some research suggests that people who have parents who emotionally abused or neglected them in their teens are more likely to enter codependent relationships."These kids are often taught to subvert their own needs to please a difficult parent, and it sets them up for a long-standing pattern of trying to get love and care from a difficult person," says Shawn Burn, Ph D, a psychology professor at California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo.Plentyoffish dating forums are a place to meet singles and get dating advice or share dating experiences etc.
After my post on Dating Red Flags, many of my readers asked that I give more details on Match #4.
Experts say it's a pattern of behavior in which you find yourself dependent on approval from someone else for your self-worth and identity.
One key sign is when your sense of purpose in life wraps around making extreme sacrifices to satisfy your partner's needs.
When I first called match #4, she was away on business.
She had recently started a new job and was at training for her new job about 1500 km away from the metropolitan area where we both live.