Women Who Love Too Much (Google eBook)

Front Cover
Penguin, May 1, 1985 - Self-Help - 266 pages
172 Reviews
This is the world-renowned, inspiring, practical program for women who believe that being in love means being in pain. A multi-million-copy bestseller, Women Who Love Too Much presents a clear, comprehensive, 10-point recovery plan for women who are addicted to the wrong men for the wrong reasons. Among the vital lessons you will learn in this program are:

* How the search for the love you never got from your parents can become a crushing obsession in adulthood.
* How to change from loving someone so much it hurts, to loving yourself enough to stop the pain.
* How to free yourself from destructive loving and build a healthy, meaningful relationship.

This step-by-step self-awareness program offers help, understanding and, above all, hope—the pathway to making love the truly happy event it is supposed to be.
  

What people are saying - Write a review

User ratings

5 stars
119
4 stars
36
3 stars
8
2 stars
5
1 star
4

Review: Women Who Love Too Much

User Review  - Ruth Garcia - Goodreads

I think that every woman who had a turbulent childhood and find herself struggling with relationships must read this book, the sooner the better. in my case, this book helped me a lot to know me better and understand certain damaging behavior that I could not explain myself. Read full review

Review: Women Who Love Too Much

User Review  - Goodreads

I think that every woman who had a turbulent childhood and find herself struggling with relationships must read this book, the sooner the better. in my case, this book helped me a lot to know me better and understand certain damaging behavior that I could not explain myself. Read full review

Contents

Title
Chapter 1Loving the Man WhoDoesnt
Good Sex inBad Relationships
Chapter 5 Shall We Dance?
Chapter 6 Men Who Choose Women Who Love Too Much
Chapter 7Beauty and the Beast
Chapter 8When One Addiction Feeds Another
Chapter 9Dying forLove
Copyright

Common terms and phrases

Bibliographic information