Psychology Today – 8 October 2018 – 11:40:01In this episode of Psychology Today, psychologist Andrew Cohen and Dr. Brian D. Molloy discuss the latest findings on ‘ love addiction ‘ in psychology.
Dr. Cohen discusses how to treat ‘love’ addiction in this episode:Dr. Moltry discusses how love addiction is treated in this article:Dr Cohen and Moltries research shows that a number of factors are associated with the development of ‘love-related’ behaviors in the treatment of ‘ love-related behavior disorders.
Dr Moltrys research on the relationship between ‘love, sex, and violence’ and the development and persistence of love-based disorders in this podcast:What is love addiction?
The term ‘love addicted’ describes an inability to connect emotionally with others.
These individuals are often unable to ‘share’ their feelings and are unable to engage in meaningful social interaction.
This is a disorder that affects the way in which we relate to and value our loved ones.
In the words of Dr. Peter J. Cottrell, the director of the Emotional Intelligence Center at Emory University, ‘Love addiction is not only about wanting to connect, it is about the feeling of being deprived of meaningful social contact’.
Dr. Cotters research shows a connection between the ‘feelings of being separated and deprived of being loved’ and ‘ the development, persistence, and persistence and spread of pathological social behaviors’.
Dr Cottres research on ‘sexuality and love addiction’ and how to identify and treat these disorders is in this report:Dr Cotts research on love addiction and the impact of social isolation on individuals with the disorder is in the report:What are the symptoms of love addiction in the US?
There are a number symptoms of ‘Love Addiction’ which may include:Loss of control over how they are spending their timeLack of intimacy or intimacy with their loved onesLack or inability to have a meaningful relationship with othersLack and/or inability to share a meaningful moment of their life with othersDr.
Jodi S. Anderson discusses the symptoms and triggers of love and addiction in her report on ‘Love and Addiction in Adults’In this podcast, Dr Anderson discusses her work on the development ‘Love And Addiction in Adolescents’.
Dr Anderson discusses how ‘love and addiction’ can be treated in adults:What causes love addiction to develop in adolescents?
Dr Anderson explains how the onset of love related behaviors in adolescents can be triggered by social isolation and how these behaviors can be addressed by addressing social isolation.
Dr Anderson’s research on why some adolescents are more likely to be attracted to people who have social isolation than others is in her research report on the causes of ‘ Love Addiction in the Developing Adolescent ‘:What do we know about the relationship among ‘love addict’ and substance abuse?
Dr. S. R. Kagan discusses the role of the ‘love addicts’ and alcohol and drug use in the development or perpetuation of substance abuse in this blog post:Dr Kagan shares her research on substance abuse, the relationship of love addicts and alcohol abuse to the development.
of addiction in children in this post:What can be done about love addiction among young people?
Dr Kogan shares her work in treating ‘Love & Addiction in Young Adults’ in this study:Dr S. Kogan’s research shows the potential impact of love Addiction in adolescents on the health of young people.
In this study, she describes her research to treat the ‘Love&Addiction’ in young adults:Why are we so often told to avoid love addiction at all costs?
The study by Dr S. Siegel and colleagues in this Podcast, ‘ Why Are We Being Deceived About Love Addiction?
‘, is in its infancy, but has already found that love addiction can lead to many harmful outcomes for those who are struggling with it.
In the study, researchers found that in some young people, love addiction, and their substance use, are associated in terms of greater levels of negative emotions, a sense of worthlessness, and a reduction in social interactions.
Dr Siegel explains the study’s findings in this podcast:Why do some people develop love addiction despite the social isolation they experience?
Dr Sohlberg explains the role that social isolation plays in the ‘social isolation hypothesis’ in her blog post on the subject:What if we could ‘love love’ again?
Dr Cotti and Molloys research on what happens when we are exposed to love, and the extent to which we become addicted to this type of addiction is in their research report, ‘ The Effect of Exposure to Love Addiction on Love Addiction Symptoms and Treatment: An Exploration of Emotion in Adolescent Patients and Adolescence ‘:Why is love so difficult to overcome in adolescents with ‘love/lust’ disorder?
Dr J. M. Mollenoys research is in this report: