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  • Published: 1 December 2004
  • ISBN: 9780099474128
  • Imprint: Arrow
  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 320
  • RRP: $22.99

Women Who Love Too Much




The phenomenally popular self-help book from bestselling author and leader in the field of relationship counselling, Robin Norwood. A must-buy for women who consistently find themselves trapped in self-destructive or unhappy relationships, without knowing why. This bestselling self-help book could revolutionise your love life - for good. Also contains Why Me, Why This, Why Now? - a self-help book for men and women, designed to help readers answer some tough questions about themselves.

THE INTERNATIONAL NO.1 BESTSELLER HELPING MILLIONS OF WOMEN FIND HEALTHIER RELATIONSHIPS

'A life-changing book'
Erica Jong

Is your relationship the most important thing in your life? Are you constantly thinking and talking about your partner, or finding excuses for their bad behaviour?

If you have ever found yourself obsessing over an undeserving partner, this book was written for you. Many women are repeatedly drawn into unhappy and destructive relationships, and then struggle to make these doomed relationships work. In this bestselling psychology book, leading relationship and marriage therapist Robin Norwood reveals why we get into unhealthy relationships and how powerfully addictive they are - and shares her effective framework for finding and sustaining love.

Updated edition with a new introduction

What readers are saying:
'A must read for everyone, women and men alike'
'One of the best self-help books I have read'
'A life changing book - brutally honest and straightforward - yet full of love and compassion'
'Such an insightful read'
'Brilliant, life-changing'

  • Published: 1 December 2004
  • ISBN: 9780099474128
  • Imprint: Arrow
  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 320
  • RRP: $22.99

About the author

Robin Norwood

Robin Norwood is the internationally bestselling author of Women Who Love Too Much, Letters from Women Who Love Too Much, Daily Meditations for Women Who Love Too Much and Why Me, Why This, Why Now? She was formerly in private practice as a licensed marriage, family and child therapist, specialising in chemical dependency and co-dependency. She now lives in California, USA.

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Praise for Women Who Love Too Much

highly recommended

Daily Record

Really brilliant. It explained why women seek completion by obsessing over men. I absolutely related to it.

Marian Keyes, Mail on Sunday

A life-changing book for women

Erica Jong

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