Toxic love describes a set of negative relationship dynamics including insecurity, anxiety, and denial. An individual in a toxic romance longs for the brief exhilarating highs, but mostly endures sharply painful lows.
You don't have to live like this anymore.
In Toxic Love: 5 Steps-How to Identify Toxic-Love Patterns and Find Fulfilling Attachments, clinical psychologist Jill Weber, PhD, teaches you how to identify the root causes of toxic love, break the pattern of emotional self-destruction, and move on to trusting, mutually rewarding relationships.
Break free from the cycle of toxic love, and discover the joy of emotional stability, mutual intimacy, and your inherent self-worth.
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About the Author
Clinical psychologist Jill P. Weber, PhD, has helped hundreds of people find intimacy, fulfillment, and healthy, mutual love.
The author of Having Sex, Wanting Intimacy: Why Women Settle for One-Sided Relationships, Dr. Weber has written for the Huffington Post, Healthy Living Magazine, and USA Today. She also contributes to the Washington Post, Nightline, CNN, the Discovery Channel, and the Associated Press, and she writes a relationship and self-esteem blog for Psychology Today.
Dr. Weber's private practice is based in Washington, DC.