Man am i grateful i found this sight.for the first time ever i see people who think and.feel i do. This.love addiction thing is definitely The king and queen of all addiction. The obsessional thinking is the worst. I just spent two days tr crying my eyes out over a relationship that ended over ten years ago.I swear to you it was like.it just happened yesterday.The FEELINGS were so strong!I was about to hit the nut house when i thought pia Mellodys facing love addiction. She shut that madness down in ten pages. I finally could get some sleep. I know im weak minded My ex was an avoidant ...she use to say that she was the man and i was the woman. She said i acted like a little of bicth! Cause i cried when i found out she had an affair!
Post by Susan Peabody on Nov 16, 2021 14:04:58 GMT -8
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My name is Bob and I am a love addict. Forgive me if I seem cynical, it’s really just my way of deflecting from the truth. I’ve been with my now fiancée and love of my life for 10 years. In what she would consider a tumultuous relationship, I’ve chipped away at my individuality and dreams because continuing on my path would cause me to lose her. I don’t profess to being perfect. There have been times where I couldn’t provide sufficiently, I was immature, and to masculine to show any emotion that bears the truth. But the consequences of those things is a bit unfair. I’ve given my fiancée everything she’s asked for and more to my ability, and I find out that she’s been cheating on me for years and with several individuals. I know she has father issues of abandonment and has had her fair share of toxic relationships, but I’ve only wished the best for her. I still haven’t garnered the strength to leave because I’ve developed an emotional codependency. I’m saddened at the pain felt by love addicts but I’m happy there is a community that can relate.