Women Who Love Too Much: When You Keep Wishing and Hoping He'll Change

Women Who Love Too Much: When You Keep Wishing and Hoping He'll Change

This text is suitable for the reader for whom being in love means being in pain. Therapist Robin Norwood describes loving too much as a pattern of thoughts and behaviour which certain women develop as a response to problems from childhood....

Title:Women Who Love Too Much: When You Keep Wishing and Hoping He'll Change
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9780671733414
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  • pegah

    I think this book is a necessary to be read by all women not because we are in same situation with women mentioned in this book, but because the nature of all women is to be kind and pleasing others. ...

  • Anastacia

    Yes, Women Who Love Too Much is the quintessential self-help book. It fits every stereotype given to this genre. That being written, I read this at a time when I needed the help and to understand rela...

  • Sherry

    changed my life.....again. My sister gave this to me, the first time i read it, I got mad. the second time I read it, I cried. the 3rd time I read it, I left my husband......but be warned, unless God ...

  • Catherine

    Honestly, this book allowed me to realize what I personally was(is) doing wrong in relationships. This book states how our childhood can affect our future relationships with partners and friends, stor...

  • Donna Ledesma

    I have to be honest that in the span of 12 days of reading this book I have noticed a shift in my attitude -- I became irritable, more critical, maybe intolerant. That's definitely unpleasant, because...

  • Agnes Van westerloo

    I hated the book, threw it in a corner, picked it up again and weeped until the end.......

  • Ayesha

    This book changed my life. I've never believed in self-help books, but this book is just unbelievable! It makes you feel as if someone just entered your mind, read every word and then put it down in a...

  • Christine Roach

    Very insightful book. I appreciated the ideas that you cannot change your partner, you only can change yourself. When you focus on all of your partner's "flaws" and think that if they change you will ...

  • Wendy

    I am not a fan of self-help books generally speaking, so when a friend who'd been in a situation similar to mine suggested I read this book, I blew it off for almost a year. I was pretty sure I'd be t...

  • Katherine

    If you've ever described yourself or someone you know as a "serial monogamist" or have noticed that most your partners fit into a pattern of difficult men, read this book. I had heard about relationsh...