Love Sick: One Woman's Journey Through Sexual Addiction

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W. W. Norton & Company, 2001 - Biography & Autobiography - 303 pages
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A powerful and intimate memoir describes one woman's battle with a sexual addiction and her distorted belief that sex is love, describing her father's sexual abuse, her life of self-destructive sexual behavior, and her difficult struggle to build self-esteem and change her life.
 

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i think that this book decribes me. i have had the same problem. i was a sex addict until i got pregnant with my 1st. daughter.
She is know 2 years old. and i am married.. i no longer have this problem but i love to have a free copy of this book if i may....

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Contents

DAY ONE
28
DAY TWO
40
DAY THREE
57
DAY FOUR
63
DAY FIVE
69
DAY SIX
74
DAY SEVEN
117
DAY EIGHT
131
DAY SIXTEEN
222
DAY SEVENTEEN
224
DAY EIGHTEEN
230
DAY NINETEEN
240
DAY TWENTYONE
247
DAY TWENTYTWO
255
DAY TWENTYTHREE
260
DAY TWENTYFOUR
268

DAY NINE
155
DAY TEN
163
DAY ELEVEN
180
DAY TWELVE
189
DAY THIRTEEN
209
DAY FOURTEEN
216
DAY FIFTEEN
219
DAY TWENTYFIVE
271
DAY TWENTYSIX
278
DAY TWENTYSEVEN
282
DAY TWENTYEIGHT
288
FIRST DAY OUT
291
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About the author (2001)

Sue William Silverman is a professional speaker on the topics of child abuse & addiction. Her first book, "Because I Remember Terror", "Father, I Remember You" won the AWP award in Creative Nonfiction. She lives in Grand Haven, Michigan.

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