Women Who Love Too Much

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Penguin, May 1, 1985 - Self-Help - 347 pages
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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.
 

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Cant stop reading it
A must read wake up call for us women who love the unlovable. Who hope everyday they are just as in love as we are. This book is true to the core

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Excellent
This book i read back in the day oh my gosh it was all me. Rachel Reyes

Contents

Title Page Copyright Page Acknowledgments
Preface
Introduction
Loving the Man Who Doesnt Love Back
Good Sex in Bad Relationships
If I Suffer for You Will You Love
The Need to Be Needed
Shall We Dance?
When One Addiction Feeds Another
Dying for Love
The Road to Recovery
Closing the
How to Start Your Own Support Group
Sources of Help
Suggested Reading
Affirmations

Men Who Choose Women Who Love Too Much
Beauty and the Beast

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About the author (1985)

Robin Norwood was a licensed marriage and family therapist who worked in the field of addiction for fifteen years. She specialized in treating co-alcoholism and relationship addiction. She is a bestselling author with book in print throughout the world.

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