Do you answer yes to 1 or more of the questions below? You could suffer from love addiction
- Do you start to panic if a new potential partner doesn’t call immediately after the first meeting?
- Do you feel anxious when first dating someone that they don’t return your calls/or texts immediately?
- If you don’t hear from a new partner for a day or two, do you think they don’t like you any more?
- Do you find yourself changing your appearance to one you ‘think’ your partner likes, in order for him/her to like you more?
- When starting to date someone new, do you quickly give up your own routine and hobbies and adopt theirs?
- If you are in a relationship do you anxiously call, text or email repeatedly for fear that your partner isn’t thinking about you?
Love addiction is a condition that causes you to frequently fall in love with someone who fails to return your love and affection. Often, the love addict will be attracted to somebody who is emotionally unavailable; who will neglect the relationship or who will show no interest.
Love addiction is a very real issue for those who suffer from this condition, yet many of us haven’t even heard of it. Today, you can learn more about this complex and pervasive condition of the heart.
Fearing abandonment and loneliness, the person addicted to love will stay in and return to painful, destructive relationships even when they know they should walk away.
For over 20 years, Helen has specialised in helping those who suffer from love addiction, co-dependency and the painful effects of rejection, separation anxiety, insecurity and abandonment in their relationships. Helen also works with couples, whereby dysfunctional communication and unhealthy attachment reinforces the love addiction cycle. Her main passion is helping people understand exactly what they are going through when experiencing Love Addiction or Loving Too Much and, with this new found knowledge, encouraging them to experience healthy independent love.