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Love Me, Love Me Not | Psychology Today

Women who grow up with intermittent reinforcement from parents are more vulnerable to getting involved with men who inconsistent because they are substance abusers or schizoid personalities. The alternation of intense involvement and cold distance strikes a familiar chord and sets off the fantasy that you can love this person so much that he will give up his addiction or not withdraw or leave when the involvement gets strong. Unfortunately, that is usually not the case.

https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/life-after-50/201701/love-me-love-me-not

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