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There are always these people who are weak and insecure and always looking for people to be dependent on for their security. They never have say in their group and meekly agree to what other is doing even if they don't like it.

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I'd call that person a "leech" or a "parasite" or a "user" for being intentionally dependent, and a "wimp" for a lack of assertiveness. – user21497 Jan 16 '13 at 8:29
There's not really enough context here, but needy, clinging, insecure, sheep-like might be candidates. – FumbleFingers Jan 16 '13 at 19:19
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This might be the droid you're looking for: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Codependency.

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