Women Who Love Too Much

Robin Norwood

Women Who Love Too Much



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Women Who Love Too Much by Robin Norwood is a self-help book for all women who love someone else so much that it ends up causing them pain, and aims to help them learn to love themselves so much that they no longer want to suffer. It is not easy, it takes time and effort, but the author analyses the underlying causes of emotional addictions, and shows the reader the small steps we need to take to break free of unhealthy relationships and to be happy independently of others.

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Analysis and key concepts


Women who love too much try to save someone who does not want to be saved and often lose themselves in the process


Women who love too much numb their pain with a drug called love


Women who love too much find partners who perfectly complement this kind of toxic relationship: there are people who want to help and people who want to be helped


Women who love too much deny what makes them suffer the most, and try to control the other person in an attempt to lessen their pain


Women who love too much often also use their bodies in exchange for affection


True love means fully accepting our partner


Loving too much is a subtle and dangerous disease, but it is possible to recover by taking it one step at a time




Take-home message

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Many useful tips to:

  • Stop ignoring our problems and suffering.
  • Address and overcome our issues and pain.
  • Stop trying to control everyone and everything around us, and hoping for something to change so that we can finally be happy.
  • Learn more about emotional and sentimental dependency.
  • Discover ways to overcome emotional and sentimental dependency.

Robin Norwood is a marriage and family therapist who has been working in the field of addiction for a good many years, specialising in alcoholism and drug addiction. Her experience in these areas has allowed her to study the link between alcohol, drugs, and relationship addictions, which inspired her most famous book, Women Who Love Too Much.

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