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7 Ways to Stop Obsessing Over Someone

Have you ever heard of “obsessive love disorder”?

When we are attracted to a man or a woman, it is natural to have recurring thoughts about that person. It’s understandable that we’d want to spend every waking moment with them.

A healthy relationship relies on sentiments, which encourage couples to spend as much time as possible with one other. These ideas and sentiments…

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Jennifer McDougall

Jennifer McDougall

Founder of POLLY + McDougall Media in Los Angeles, CA. I write about relationships, self-care, mental health, and living a happy and healthy life.

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