Living with Addicted Men and Codependency: The Moderating Effect of Personality Traits

  title={Living with Addicted Men and Codependency: The Moderating Effect of Personality Traits},
  author={Leili Panaghi and Zohreh Ahmadabadi and Najmeh Khosravi and Mansoureh Sadat Sadeghi and Ali Madanipour},
  booktitle={Addiction & health},
BACKGROUND This study aimed to determine the moderating effect of personality traits on the relationship between living with an addicted man and codependency. METHODS We selected 140 women (70 wives of addicted men and 70 wives of non-addicted men) through convenience sampling method and asked them to complete Spann-Fischer Codependency Scale and NEO-Five Factor Inventory. FINDINGS Codependency score was significantly higher among addicted men's wives. In addition, for these women, there… CONTINUE READING
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