1: Unable to differentiate ones own emotions from outside influence, emotionally backward.
2: Discarding ones own personality for another's.
1: "She stayed too long in the parasitic, controlling relationship not to be dysemotive. It will take her some time to get her own personality and mind back to working order.
2: "'Taking a walk' in another's shoes can be, at times, dysemotive if the person doing the walking can no longer ( or is longer willing to) wear their own shoes."