Prompt #404: Co-dependency / Inter-dependency

This is the first time ever I welcome Francesca Demont to the round-up of Wicked Wednesday, and this is something that makes me smile. Over the past months, ever since I started reading her blog, I have been intrigued by this woman. I believe the first post I ever read was where she shared an image of the most beautiful latex blouse, and after that she shared many stunning images. Want to know more about her? Follow her blog, or follow her on Twitter.

Top 3 for week 403 by Francesca Demont

The Desperation in Her Eyes by Lillith
This was one hot story, and what made it really click for me was the end. He uses her the way fishnets almost invite to be used. No pulling down of pantyhose, just rip a bigger hole. Deliciously wicked.

Fishnets and the Goth Subculture by Deviant Succubus
If there is one person who has lived the cycle of fishnets from the early Goth subculture to the realization of how hot, even men, can look in them, to today’s loss of sluttiness, it is her. Apart from incredibly hot pictures, she is Ms. Fishnet.

Showing some leg by Julie (MPB)
I just love the drama of finding a pair of fishnet stockings to put up her post. The desperate search, failed attempts at stores, pouring rain, and finally success in a drawer. To see her with some heels puts this one over the edge for me.


In psychological terms, “Codependency is a behavioral condition in a relationship where one person enables another person’s addiction, poor mental health, immaturity, irresponsibility, or under-achievement. Among the core characteristics of codependency is an excessive reliance on other people for approval and a sense of identity.”
~ Wikipedia

While co-dependency commonly refers to the above, it can also be seen simply as feeling and being dependent on the other person either emotionally or physically (interdependence). This could be because of a (temporary) illness, or aging but may also he due to a lifestyle choice, such as a power exchange, where you have agreed to be reliant to some degree or another on each other for certain things. Codependency doesn’t necessarily have to be a negative thing.

Are you co-dependent on someone else, or they on you? How does this influence your life? Do you see or feel it as a negative thing, or positive? What are the outlooks of the co-dependency, will it come to an end, or will it continue indefinitely? How do you feel about that?

Please note that this is a special collaborative topic, so please also link your post to Tell Me About (16-29 February) and Sex Bloggers for Mental Health (23-28 February).

As always you are welcome to link posts and stories that don’t follow the prompt!

The roundup for this week’s prompt will be done by Focused and Filthy.

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Image by Kuba Urbanowicz from Pixabay
An explanation with the image: The ant stands on the caterpillar, and it touches it with its antennae, and it touches it in ways that tell the caterpillar to secrete a droplet of food. So the ant can feed from the caterpillar, from a gland on the caterpillar’s back and in return, if a predator approaches the caterpillar, the ant will chase it off. So the ants provide protection to the caterpillars and the caterpillars feed the ants in return. (Ants & Caterpillars: Interdependence)

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