The "Love Junkie" podcast is dedicated to giving hope and practical tips to those who struggle with love addiction (the persistent pursuit and fantasy of unavailable romantic partners), sex addiction, codependency, and trauma.
Every week, we will explore either a problem area and give advice on how to work through it, focus on a tool to build positivity and abundance in your life, or feature the story of someone who's been trapped in these addictive patterns and overcome.
The purpose is to help you get your best life now, today, by building a relationship with the most important person in your life, YOU!
Episode #6: Intimacy Disorders, Love Addiction, and Love Avoidance
In this episode, I talk about the definition of intimacy disorders and how you would know you have a problem connecting with others. I spend a lot of time talking about the experience of love addiction, love avoidance, and how people can begin to take steps to break the cycle!
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#1: What is Love Junkie and What Will We Learn?
Wondering what this podcast is and what will you learn? Here's our intro to version 2.0 of Love Junkie here for you today!
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Love Junkie is coming back!
You've been asking... so it's here (sort of!)
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Whatever words I say here will not be enough. Shena, your podcast and resources make me feel like there is hope. I still struggle with shame and heartache from giving my love to men who were monsters disguised as soul mates. My chest aches from the pain of giving myself away to men who were covered in red flags but I ignored them because of my fear of being alone. I am only at the beginning stages of recovery and sometimes the pain is so intense, I feel like it will consume me. That’s when I listen to your podcast, especially the love letter, take a deep breath, and try to find a part of me that isn’t broken and can carry me through until the pain eases. Thank you, thank you, thank you.