Ethlie Ann Vare says the latest neuroscience research shows us that falling in love affects the brain exactly the same way cocaine does, and can be just as addictive.
Ethlie Ann Vare, author of LOVE ADDICT: SEX, ROMANCE AND OTHER DANGEROUS DRUGS, had the bad luck to get addicted to both and the good sense to recover. She’s here to share some tips for spotting an infatuation junkie or relationship addict — it might be you! — and learning to heal.
Affection deficit disorder
- How can people be addicted to love?
- Is there really an ”addict brain”? How does it work?
- What are the signs you are a love addict and don’t know it?
- How can a love addict attract a healthy relationship into their life?
- What’s the cure for love addiction?
To get more information about screenwriter, lecturer and author of LOVE ADDICT: SEX, ROMANCE AND OTHER DANGEROUS DRUGS from HCI Books, Ethlie Ann Vare, please visit her site AffectionDeficitDisorder.com, where she is also available to answer your questions about sex and love addiction.
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