I m addicted to loving you
Addicted to You Quotes by Krista Ritchie
When Someone You Love has an Addiction
Are you addicted to love? I am a recovering love addict. I used to put love and my partner on a pedestal. It was my top priority. I realized that I was just desperately seeking validation of my self-worth.
It can make you feel on top of the world, and plunge you into the deepest pits of depression. It can be disorienting, maddening, even ruinous; it can satisfy you and quiet your internal demons, but it can also cause you to make terrible decisions and question your very identity. And it's often in woefully short supply when you need it most. We're talking about love, of course; but all of the above outcomes can easily apply to the mind-altering substance of your choice, as well. Which is why numerous artists and songwriters over the years have penned songs that liken love to drugs, or drugs to love, or both — the Weeknd 's "Can't Feel My Face" being just the latest in a long and intoxicated tradition. Marijuana, cocaine, opiates, ecstacy, acid and alcohol have generally provided the points of comparison in such songs, but who knows — it may not be long until someone writes a song equating love with bath salts.
Ultra feat. Dappy & Fearless Lyrics
Am I as extreme as the case studies she examined? So if you relate even a little bit with falling for unavailable men cyclically, I strongly recommend you read this article. Even better, pick up her book. As she states, her book and hopefully, this article would be helpful to anyone who loves too much, but it is primarily written for women because loving too much is typically a woman phenomenon. But, feel free to insert whichever pronouns work and resonate for you.