Is wrapped up in someone - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
be wrapped up in (someone or something) (redirected from is wrapped up in someone)
be wrapped up in (someone or something)
To be preoccupied with or absorbed in something. I think she's too wrapped up in this case—she needs some time off.
be ˌwrapped ˈup in somebody/something be so involved with somebody/something that you do not pay enough attention to other people or things: She’s so wrapped up in her own problems that she hasn’t got time to listen to anyone else at the moment.