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Clears up some misconceptions about “love We use it in discipleship with women who struggle with substance and behavior addictions, knowing that their underlying addiction is invariably relationships and that their addictions are symptoms, not the underlying problem. Vine Books- Psychology – pages.
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Why it happens and what’s behind all of these. Karen Woolery rated it it was amazing May 10, Amazon Inspire Digital Educational Resources. Stephen Arterburn No preview available – Nanci Burt added it Jul 14, Angi added it Sep 04, I “lost” the copy I lent to someone, and have to buy another. Love, relationship and sex addiction also close related to other forms of addiction such as to alchohol, drugs and pornography that if not treated will lead to far more destructions and acts of violence.
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Tina added it Jan 03, But the case is not only for people with dis-functional family background. Addicted to “Love” describes the many forms this addiction can take-from romance novels and relationships to spouse abuse and sexual acxting-out.
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