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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Ekaterina Puzakova
The Relationship of Personal Adaptations and Addiction to Codependency
9
2019
This research is devoted to the study of the relationship of the tendency to co-dependence and personal adaptations. The problem of work is related to the lack of research data on the phenomenon of codependency and the lack of data on the relationship of codependency and personal adaptations. The paper provides a theoretical overview of the phenomenon of codependency and personal adaptations, as well as the rationale for the proposed relationship between them. In the course of development, a person acquires a number of prohibitions and drivers, as well as coping strategies that allow one to live in the existing conditions and influence the life scenario. The study involved two groups of respondents: with a high addiction to co-dependency and with a low addiction to co-dependency. Participants were offered questionnaires to determine the level of codependency and the definition of personal adaptations. Relationships of codependency and paranoid, passive-aggressive, antisocial, and hysterical adaptations were discovered.

Keywords: codependency, dependency, significant other, personal adaptation, obsessive-compulsive adaptation, passive-aggressive adaptation, paranoid adaptation, schizoid adaptation, antisocial adaptation, hysterical adaptation.

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