According to a study done at Texas Tech University, more than two million couples a year become trapped in obsessive relationships.
- Does your partner give you so much attention that it make you feel overwhelmed, oppressed or even fearful?
- Do you avoid going out with friends or getting together with family because your partner doesn’t want you to go?
- Are you so concerned about your partner’s controlling behavior that you can’t go to work, meet with friends or do normal daily activities?
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