Women Who Love Too MuchWomen Who Love Too Much
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Women Who Love Too Much

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Robin Norwood

Unresolved childhood traumas frequently result in women repeating patterns of pain in their adult lives that they experienced in their early years. They tend to gravitate towards relationships with emotionally distant men, becoming fixated on obtaining their unattainable affection. In doing so, they hope to prove to themselves that they deserve the love their parents denied them. It is only through a resolute commitment to healing and prioritizing their own needs that a woman who loves excessively can reconstruct herself and discover true love. Don't let your past trauma influence your present. If you find yourself identified as a woman who loves excessively, it is likely that you assumed the caretaker role for one or both of your parents when you were a child. It's possible that your parents were either too ill or emotionally damaged to adequately care for themselves or provide for you. Consequently, from a young age, you set aside your own needs and dedicated yourself to attending to the needs of others. Regrettably, this pattern continued as you entered adulthood and engaged with new individuals, including your romantic partner. Instead of expressing your own needs, you silently prioritize taking care of their needs, ensuring their well-being. However, this approach is unsustainable for your mental well-being. It is crucial to express yourself, articulate your own needs, and prioritize self-care alongside caring for others.

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What's it about?

Women Who Love Too Much delves into the pattern of unhealthy relationships that many women repeatedly experience. By examining real-life examples and providing impactful analysis, the book sheds light on the underlying reasons women are drawn to unsuitable partners. It also offers guidance on overcoming insecurities and breaking free from this destructive cycle.

Book summary

Unresolved childhood traumas frequently result in women repeating patterns of pain in their adult lives that they experienced in their early years. They tend to gravitate towards relationships with emotionally distant men, becoming fixated on obtaining their unattainable affection. In doing so, they hope to prove to themselves that they deserve the love their parents denied them. It is only through a resolute commitment to healing and prioritizing their own needs that a woman who loves excessively can reconstruct herself and discover true love. Don't let your past trauma influence your present. If you find yourself identified as a woman who loves excessively, it is likely that you assumed the caretaker role for one or both of your parents when you were a child. It's possible that your parents were either too ill or emotionally damaged to adequately care for themselves or provide for you. Consequently, from a young age, you set aside your own needs and dedicated yourself to attending to the needs of others. Regrettably, this pattern continued as you entered adulthood and engaged with new individuals, including your romantic partner. Instead of expressing your own needs, you silently prioritize taking care of their needs, ensuring their well-being. However, this approach is unsustainable for your mental well-being. It is crucial to express yourself, articulate your own needs, and prioritize self-care alongside caring for others.

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Women who love more than they should often mistake love for emotional pain.

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Women who love excessively are attracted to emotionally unavailable men as a result of childhood trauma.

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Women who love a lot often resort to using sex as a means to win the affection of their partners.

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The addiction to unavailable men is not the only problem women face when they love too much.

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Overcome this condition by seeking assistance and making your recovery a priority.

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