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Synonyms for needy

the needy

Synonyms

  • the poor
  • the disadvantaged
  • the impoverished
  • the underprivileged
  • the deprived
  • the destitute
  • trailer trash
  • the penniless

Synonyms for needy

Synonyms for needy

needy people collectively

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poor enough to need help from others

demanding or needing attention, affection, or reassurance to an excessive degree

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Read books by Pia Mellody (Facing Love Addiction or Facing Codependence ) and Melody Beattie (The New Codependency) for ideas and advice.
The fact that this simple point about codependence is missed by both the Dodd-Frank Act and subsequent FSOC rulings is worrying.
Religious Life in Normandy is thus illustrative of the codependence of laity and clergy in sacred space, though it is much more of a reporting on, a glimpse into, the life of the religious, rather than an analysis of religious life.
Many of the articles discuss specific substances, while others examine more topical issues such as advertising and the pharmaceutical industry, antisocial personality disorder, US foreign policy and drugs, creativity and drugs, codependence, the genome project, drug and alcohol use in the US military, pregnancy and drug dependence, slang terms in US drug cultures, and welfare policy and substance abuse.
This feature highlights the presence of stronger return-related codependence and weaker risk codependence of different segments of the insurance industry.
This may involve sharing technology information to drive codependence, and forming formal strategic partnerships.
In one sense, both novels address the tragic dilemma of dependence and codependence which is slavery's legacy.
The coinstituting effect of the Spirit on the church likewise involves the church's codependence (for lack of a better word) on the Spirit no less than on Christ.
Bouclin conducted, the author believes that this dependency is actually a problem of codependence.
China "mutually parasitic economic codependence," as Navarro terms it.
For some the work became a platform from which they could comment on our day to day, bio-mechanical codependence while for others it was just plain satirical.
Such codependence typically favors organizing as a firm
These are powerful reasons to shun insurance companies' interference with the counseling profession, but a double bind markedly similar to codependence has arisen.
Part 3, "The 'Gender' Strategies," describes manipulations particular to female offenders and explores the factors that contribute to codependence between staff and inmates.