Dawson, Alene
November 2006
Essence (Time Inc.);
The article gives advice on women's addiction to love. Love addiction is the most painful detox there is, says Charlie Risien, a counselor in San Antonio who's worked with love addicts for the past ten years. The addiction is about wanting something to work out in your life so badly that you create a fantasy in your mind that says this guy is the one. INSET: "What I Did for Love".


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