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Love Addict: Sex, Romance, and Other Dangerous Drugs Paperback – September 1, 2011
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"More than a recovery guide for love addicts. Vare's humorist style takes the reader on a journey through love addiction throughout the ages and explains the science behind it.... Her humor makes even the drier, more technical side of addiction easy to understand and fun to read." - Counselor Magazine
Ethlie Ann Vare shares the stories of addicts and her own, as well as interviews with therapists [and] addiction specialists. Some of the anecdotes in this book are funny. Others are just tragic. This is a book that sheds light on one of the fastest growing addictions in our society and should be taken very seriously. - Blush Magazine
This book is awesome!!!!! - Margaret Cho
Witty, wise, and wonderfully courageous....You don't need to be an addict to enjoy or 'get' this book. It's a must-read for any woman who has ever struggled with love in her life - Carrie Borzillo ("Cherry Bomb," "Sinner Takes All")
Ethlie infuses her narrative with wit, irony and a breezy writing style - Bonnie Gabriel ("The Art of Erotic Talk")
About the Author
Award-winning author, journalist, and screenwriter Ethlie Ann Vare has survived four marriages, drug addiction, jail, and network television. The wit behind the hot humor blog Affection Deficit Disorder, Ethlie started out as a rock-n-roll disc jockey, then became known as an expert on pop culture and a syndicated newspaper columnist. Her books range from biographies of superstars (Stevie Nicks, Ozzy Osbourne, Legend: Frank Sinatra and the American Dream) to adventures in distant galaxies (Andromeda: The Broken Places). She is a featured speaker on campus nationwide thanks to her popular history books about women inventors: Mothers of Invention and Patently Female. Most recently she has been writing for TV shows from the ridiculous (Beastmaster) to the sublime (CSI).
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I enjoyed every paragraph in this intriguing read and I could NOT put it down. The author hit some points in the present and a great deal more of my past. I laughed, I cried. Thank you for helping me to understand myself a little more on my quest to find out who I am BEFORE I worry about what others want me to be.