Women who Love Too Much: When You Keep Wishing and Hoping He'll Change

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Simon and Schuster, 1986 - Psychology - 302 pages
This is the world-renowned, inspiring, practical program for women who believe that being in love means being in pain. Based on the 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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Women Who Love Too Much is helping me to understand alot about myself. I can not put it down. It also explains the behaivor of the people in my life and how they relate to me. How inportant the home ... Read full review

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If you have ever wondered why you pick losers in your life and want to stop the cycle this book is for you it is life changing, answered alot of questions and freed me. I've given this book away to many people men and women excellant Read full review

Contents

Loving the Man Who Doesnt Love
1
Good Sex in Bad Relationships
26
If I Suffer for You Will You Love
47
The Need to be Needed
65
Shall We Dance?
81
Men Who Choose Women Who Love
105
Beauty and the Beast
137
When One Addiction Feeds Another
181
Dying for Love
196
The Road to Recovery
220
Appendixes
223
Closing
262
Group
277
Index
301
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