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Why we get hooked on unpredictable romance

Many Lovefraud readers have experienced the phenomenon of knowing that a romantic partner is unreliable and even bad for them, but they keep taking the person back. A psychiatrist explains why this happens. Blame your brain.

I heart unpredictable love, on NYTimes.com.

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29 Comments on "Why we get hooked on unpredictable romance"

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  1. Dewnberry,

    What you are describing is typical of a sociopathic seduction. These relationships are extremely addictive. You may also want to get “Red Flags of Love Fraud” – in it I explain how you get addicted, and what you need to do to get away.



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  2. Ox Drover says:

    Dewnberry and Millie,

    Welcome to Love Fraud and yes, it is difficult to get away, and it only really starts when we go NO CONTACT. Just like with cocaine you can’t “taper off” you must QUIT it completely. NO CONTACT…and that is the hard part because when you set the boundary they will make every effort to break down your door. But you must stand firm.

    Blogging and reading here will help. God bless.



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