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    Pop Psychology 2 – ‘Please Don’t Leave Me’ – letting go of co-dependency

    Hearing, for the first time, P!nk’s unaccompanied voice punching “Da da da da da” in the intro, even before the relentless, driving guitar kicks in, left me winded. A foreshadowing of the breath-taking push-pull tussle that ensues. “I always say how I don’t need you.” followed a few lines later by “I need you.” For those unfamiliar with the song, or who need reminding, here is the You tube link www.youtube.com/watch?v=q-XLvUpvjZo . A warning though, this video contains disturbing images of brutalising behaviour by one human on another. Co-dependence is learned through placating the chaotic, incessant demands of a forebear or sibling who is perceived as a helpless victim, in…

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