Love Addicted Relationships

‘Did You Know’ you may be in a ‘love addicted’ relationship, yet think it is a healthy functioning relationship?  What are the indications of a ‘love addicted’ relationship?

  • You experience intense feelings of ‘need’ for the other person
  • You experience intense ‘need’ for the relationship
  • You closely track the other person’s activities and whereabouts
  • You obsessively stay in contact with  the other person
  • You experience intense feelings of infatuation
  • You experience feelings of jealousy and possessiveness
  • You are overly self-sacrificing and self-depriving
  • You disclose your feelings and/or express affection prematurely
  • You are unable to endure separation
  • You are preoccupied with the other person and the relationship
  • You have limited or no social life outside of the relationship
  • You find that your life is out of balance
  • You expect the relationship to change your life… to make your life better or make you feel better about yourself
  • You notice that every act or event is connected to some aspect of the other person

Relationship coaching and counseling can help you identify why you are in a ‘love addicted’ relationship and resolve what to do about it.

If you or a family member wants an evaluation to determine the dependence on a substance and desire recovery from that substance abuse, please call me, Carol Ann Worthing, PhD, at 303-663-5846 or visit my Contact page to send an e-mail. I have over 20 years of professional experience with successful outcomes.

Carol Ann Worthing, PhD of Individual & Family Wholeness is a psychotherapist in private practice since 1992. She has her PhD in Psychology from Northcentral University in Arizona. She provides a safe and caring approach to your counseling and psychotherapy and evaluations for individuals, couples, families, and children. Her practice represents integrity, competency, and confidentiality, a safe and caring place for psychotherapy. It is her mission to guide you and your family to become emotionally and physically whole and to help you deliberately build your lives and families on that wholeness.

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