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Psychologist and bestselling author redefines love and sex addiction as a spectrum disorder, and offers a new approach for healing.

While there are more than one thousand Sex and Love Addicts Anonymous (SLAA) groups in the United States, love and sex addition is still wildly misunderstood. Psychologist and bestselling memoirist Kerry Cohen can testify that it is a real problem, one that she sees in her practice, one that she’s lived herself, and one that deserves a new self-help approach.

Love and sex addiction is shrouded in secrecy and shame; it’s not listed in the DSM, nor is its treatment included in most training programs for counselors. This leaves countless people with few resources. Cohen helps define what SLA is, including recurring issues with relationships and intimacy, which are a part of the love and sex addiction spectrum. Based in research and her own clinical experience, Cohen’s guide helps readers to determine where they are on the spectrum–and how to get the help they need to have loving, fulfilling relationships.

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