40 Dependency Quotes And Sayings

While dependency is not always a bad thing, it can be a very destructive one. The people who are dependent on others are often told that they are incapable of doing anything for themselves or that they are “weak.” These types of people cannot bear to be left alone and often find themselves in the middle of drama and calamity because they cannot cope. But while dependency can be a scary thing to deal with, it doesn’t have to be the case. There are many different ways to relate to others based on your needs and desires, and dependency is just one of them Read more

Read on for some great dependency quotes that will help you get out of the habit of depending on others.

The rise or fall, success or failure of your dreams...
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The rise or fall, success or failure of your dreams is largely dependent on the association you build yourself around. Israelmore Ayivor
Tell me, is there someone in your life who's been...
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Tell me, is there someone in your life who's been sharing your life too closely? A friend or a loved one? Is there someone who's been taking up your time and not giving any of it back? Alexandra Kleeman
Your fear is 100% dependent on you for its survival.
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Your fear is 100% dependent on you for its survival. Steve Maraboli
Dependency on stuff, on people and on things is one...
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Dependency on stuff, on people and on things is one of the greatest things that could kill. Sunday Adelaja
Solitude helps you to discover that you can walk through...
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Solitude helps you to discover that you can walk through life all by yourself and that you don’t need to be dependent on anything. Sunday Adelaja
Like a butterfly stuck in a chrysalis, waiting for the...
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Like a butterfly stuck in a chrysalis, waiting for the perfect moment, I was waiting for the day I could burst forth and fly away and find my home. Emme Rollins
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More often than not, a statist's argument against Anarchism boils down to an unwillingness to take control and responsibility for their own lives, actions, and communities. The sad truth is that the human animal has been domesticated to the point where it actually fears Liberty. Dane Whalen
The definition of freedom is that there is no dependency....
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The definition of freedom is that there is no dependency. Despite having the physical body, one feels no dependency. Dada Bhagwan
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Don’t wait for someone else to do it so you enjoy. You can’t do it yourself. Just try it. Israelmore Ayivor
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Don't behave like your heart and mind are strangers to you; they are yours, don't depend on others to understand them, you got to understand them. Amit Kalantri
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Governments have absolutely no interest in self-reliance. It defeats one of the purposes for their existence. They encourage and thrive on dependency. The more of it they sell, the more necessary they are, and the more power and money they need. Dan Groat
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A real winner is the one who has the ability to find success by self; who chases success at his/her own will, and never gives a chance to attribute credit of his/her success to his/her referees. No matter how slow he/she goes; how painful are the financial issues; how long it takes to find self; and how likely he/she persevere, in the end, the fruits of success would give enough pleasure than the pleasure earned through references. Ashish Patel
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See, I am very dependent... on beauty and peace of the world... on loyalty of friends... on love in families... on happiness and health of children. And I do not want to be free as long as I have it all... Galina Nelson
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I began to see that while equality often entailed women crossing the sexual divide between women's work and men's work, equality rarely meant that men crossed over the divide to the women's side: our side — women's — the side where work was largely, though not exclusively, unpaid or poorly paid care of dependents. Eva Feder Kittay
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The disparity, however, between the rewards offered in the labor market and the vital interest to have good dependency care makes it clear that market forces have not been relied upon to supply adequate dependency work. Indeed, a clear-eyed look at the nearly universal twin features of female caregiving and female subordination indicates: 1) that a certain class of persons has been subjected to and socialized to develop the character traits and the volitional structure needed for dependency work; 2) that certain sexual behaviors commensurate with forming attachments, being submissive to another's will, and so forth have been made compulsory for women; and 3) that poor women and women of color have been forced into paid employment as dependency workers by the scanty financial resources and limited employment opportunities available to them, and middle-class women have been forced out of paid employment not commensurate with their (largely unpaid) duties as dependency workers. It has not merely “happened” that women have consistently “chosen” to make dependency relations and dependency work central to their vision of the good life, while men have chosen a wider variety of options. Eva Feder Kittay
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In the old days feminists would mock women who depended so much on a man. Today if the man is the government, not so much. A man who opens the door for you is a Neanderthal; a bureaucrat who pays for your pills? A hero. Greg Gutfeld
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Your future depends of the choices you make today. The future for this reason can be predicted by your day to day living. Israelmore Ayivor
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Take a few minutes now and see your current circumstances- your physical condition, your emotional condition, your possessions, your financial condition, where and how you live, your relationships, the situations surrounding your life, and the way you believe other people see you- as mirrors showing you "Who You Are. Chris Prentiss
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The world actually is a mirror, and as you change, you will see everything around you changing as well as mirroring your changes. Chris Prentiss
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You are not an alcoholic or an addict. You are not incurably diseased. You have merely become dependent on substances or addictive behavior to cope with underlying conditions that you are now going to heal, at which time your dependency will cease completely and forever. Chris Prentiss
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It's the causes, not the dependent person, that must be corrected. That's why I see the United States' War on Drugs as being fought in an unrealistic manner. This war is focused on fighting drug dealers and the use of drugs here and abroad, when the effort should be primarily aimed at treating and curing that causes that compel people to reach for drugs. Chris Prentiss
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A difficult journey is spiritual rewarding. There is a more dependence on God, His supernatural power, grace and divine favour along the travel. Lailah Gifty Akita
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We recognize that you've used substances to try to regain your lost balance, to try to feel the way you did before the need arose to use addictive drugs or alcohol. We know that you use substances to alter your mood, to cover up your sadness, to ease your heartbreak, to lighten your stress load, to blur your painful memories, to escape your hurtful reality, or to make your unbearable days or nights bearable. Chris Prentiss
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In making friends, she was wary of people who foster dependency and feed on it. She had been involved with a few--the blind attract them, and they are the enemy. Thomas Harris
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I have noticed over the past three years that most African Christians depend on their pastor or preachers for directions in life than their lecturers, politicians and nurses. That tells why most people refuse certain medical priorities with regards to their pastor's messages. I think if every pastor should have entrepreneurial knowledge coupled with spiritual integrity, Africa will shake! Israelmore Ayivor
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A difficult journey is spiritual rewarding. There is a more dependence on God, His supernatural power, grace and divine favour long the travel. Lailah Gifty Akita
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On the inside, the copycats of the ruffians are more delicate than the copycats of prudes. Criss Jami
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When a child is ridiculed, shamed, hurt or ignored when she experiences and expresses a legitimate dependency need, she will later be inclined to attach those same affective tones to her dependency. Thus, she will experience her own (and perhaps others’) dependency as ridiculous, shameful, painful, or denied. - Dependency in the Treatment of complex PTSD and Dissociative Disorders 2001Authors: Kathy Steele, Onno van der Hart, Ellert R. S. Nijenhuis . Kathy Steele
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Living off others is a form of bondage–for if you take from a person his responsibility to care for himself, you also take from him the opportunity to be free. Cameron C. Taylor
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People addicted with technology. Technology has indulged mankind. Beware of technology dependency! Toba Beta
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Being alone is not synonymous with incompleteness. Having a partner is not a precondition for completeness. Khang Kijarro Nguyen
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Never depend on a road, depend on your strides Munia Khan
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It is this dependency that became, and is, the breeding ground for abuses of power. Bell Hooks
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The myth of self-sufficiency demands optimism without end, downplays life’s challenges, and shames us when, inevitably, we fall short. Ashton Applewhite
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The advertise their products in such a fashion as to make it seem wonderful to drink their ethanol products. It does not matter if they give their products fancy name like Cabernet Sauvignon or Pinot Noir, or if they put bubbles in an ethanol product and call it champagne or beer- everyone is selling ethanol. Chris Prentiss
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If those underlying conditions aren't treated, the return of those symptoms may cause us so much discomfort that we'll go back to using addictive drugs or alcohol to obtain relief. That's the primary reason there is such a high rate of relapse among people who have become dependent of alcohol and addictive drugs. It has little to do with alcohol and addiction themselves and almost everything to do with the original causes that created the dependency. Chris Prentiss
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We know that you don't want to be a drunk and you don't want to be hooked on addictive drugs. You do it because you can't cope with your life without some sort of support, even if that support is damaging. Chris Prentiss
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The external only creates dependency. Bryant McGill
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For that again, is what all manner of religion essentially is: childish dependency. Albert Ellis