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A video on treatments for limerence, co-dependency, other addictions

Thanks for watching our video about treatments for limerence, co-dependency and other addictions at loverelations.co.uk!
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Love Relations welcome video

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Let Me In

Let me in! What do you need from me to show you that I care? What can I do for you to say I will be there? How can I explain to you the love that fills my heart? How do I make you see, that I've felt it from the start? Why do you question…
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Understanding Our Emotional Needs is NOT easy - but it CAN be -

I rarely publish other blogger's articles unless I feel there is some value in doing so. The following article penned by  psychotherapy colleague Peter Mullhall is one of these rare gems. It is an excellent article describing how our emotional…
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Should I go? Should I stay? - Separation

Separating with Sense We use this term because for many relationships where one or both partners wish to go their separate ways, all rational thinking and sense goes out of the window!! The reality is that understanding the dynamics involved…
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Becoming more self-aware

From our own perspectives of supporting people through crises over the past 20 years, We have experienced first hand how a high level of self-awareness of that person directly impacts how they weather the storm. We are all in relationship…
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On being parented by the “victim”

My father has been away for a few weeks and I’ve been feeling good. When he is away my joints don’t ache. Last night he called and our conversation was pleasant as they often are. We have rebuilt bridges over the past two years, including…
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Men and mid-life affairs

From the time we are little boys, men are programmed – both socially conditioned and psychologically hard-wired to prove themselves, to make a name for themselves. Consequently, they experience life in a superficial way, almost inevitably…
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A psychotherapist's experience of love addiction

An article from a US psychiatric journal dropped into my in-box: “Hooked on Messy Loving”? Usually I press delete. Or forward to my friend and colleague with a mutually understood sigh. We psychotherapists can be a little suspicious around…