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Love Addiction Quiz

How do you know if you are a love addict?
The following questionnaire is an effective assessment to find out if you have love addiction problems; or determine whether you are a love addict. Feel free to print this page and answer questions with a Yes or No.

  1. I repeatedly fall into hurtful, destructive relationships.
    Yes __ No __
  2. I typically fall in love, get crushes on, or obsess on unavailable/avoidant individuals.
    Yes __ No __
  3. I tend to rush into love relationships too quickly without truly getting to know my partner.
    Yes __ No __
  4. I get stuck in relationships that aren't going anywhere.
    Yes __ No __
  5. I tend to fall for partners who cannot or will not love me in return.
    Yes __ No __
  6. I let fantasies take the place of real relationships.
    Yes __ No __
  7. I have a great fear of being alone.
    Yes __ No __

  8. I feel lonely and unhappy when I am not in a relationship (single).
    Yes __ No __
  9. I crave intensity in relationships while fearing true intimacy/little sharing of real substance.
    Yes __ No __
  10. When I love someone, I fear he/she will find someone better than me.
    Yes __ No __
  11. I panic at the thought of my partner not loving me; and eventually 'abandoning' me.
    Yes __ No __
  12. I become so preoccupied in fulfilling the expectations of my partner that I lose touch with my own feelings.                                                                                                         
    Yes __ No __
  13. I often need constant approval and reassurance from my partner to feel secure and good about myself.
    Yes __ No __
  14. I tend to use a love relationship to help me feel alive, worthy, and valuable.
    Yes __ No __

  15. I tend to compromise my own values and integrity to avoid being alone; left or abandoned.
    Yes __ No __
  16. I seem to always fall for relationship partners who are Narcissistic or Grandiose ("It's all about him/or her").
    Yes __ No __
  17. I can often be demanding; suffocating and smothering my partner in relationships.
    Yes __ No __
  18. I have difficulty letting go of a romantic relationship as I feel I cannot survive without him or her; because it is too painful to end it; even if I know he/she is bad for me.
    Yes __ No __
  19. I tend to use fantasy in place of true love and intimacy.
    Yes __ No __
  20. I will say anything, do anything, and suffer anything to avoid being alone?
    Yes __ No __
  21. I crave love/intimacy/closeness, but run from (sabotage) it at the same time.
    Yes __ No __

  22. My relationships feel like a roller coaster of highs & lows (mostly lows) with an anxiety ridden push-pull dynamic.
    Yes __ No __
  23. I believe to love is to have extreme chemistry, passion, or high intensity in a relationship.
    Yes __ No __
  24. I often tolerate intolerable or unacceptable behaviors in relationships.
    Yes __ No __
  25. I tend to minimize or ignore obvious "red flags" of a potential relationship partner (i.e., addictions, unhealthy attitudes, past relationship patterns, destructive behaviors) and only see what I want to see in him/her.
    Yes __ No __
  26. I have difficulty with loving myself and need constant validation from my partner to feel worthy.
    Yes __ No __
  27. I have difficulty setting appropriate boundaries in relationships.
    Yes __ No __
  28. I have difficulty taking care of my own needs and wants and place my partners needs and wants  over my own.
    Yes __ No __

  29. I tend to idealize my partner; put him/her on a pedestal; see them as stronger or "better than," and me as weaker and "less-than.”
    Yes __ No __
  30. Despite evidence, I often tell myself my relationship will get better; that my partner will be like he or she was in the beginning.
    Yes __ No __
  31. I tend to give too much, do too much for my partner while receiving less and less.
    Yes __ No __
  32. I often take on full responsibility for problems in my relationships; or I hold my partner fully responsible for all the problems in the relationship.
    Yes __ No __
  33. I often try to change, convince, or control my partner so they will fulfill my fantasy of what I want him/her to be.
    Yes __ No __
  34. I tend to give up or disregard personal goals, likes, values, needs/wants while placing all my focus on my relationship.
    Yes __ No __
  35. During a breakup or divorce, I tend to experience intense withdrawal symptoms (i.e., obsession, loneliness, despair, depression, loss of identity; desperate need to reestablish contact ex partner for relief).
    Yes __ No __

    * If you answered Yes to at least five of these statements, you likely have problems with love addiction and may be a love addict. If you are a love addict, there is a solution. Recovery.  

Love Addiction = Self Abdandonment

Love Addiction is a true (common) addiction. Love addiction is often as debilitating as any other kind of addiction (if not more so) and greatly impact your quality of relationships, well-being, and your life. Change is possible.


We rarely are unable to participate in a mature love relationships before we develop the ability to provide ourselves self-respect and self-love. An obsession with anything such as a relationship (the drug) outside the self is an extremely unhealthy coping mechanism that does little in meeting one's own needs; especially in the long run. It does provide a distraction from dealing with the inner self- however, only temporarily.

Change is to human life what the metamorphosis is to the caterpillar. It is the inevitable cycle of life. If there is no change, there is no life. Most changes begin in the mind with a decision. This changes your attitude, which changes your feelings, which changes your life. It is the proverbial ripple effect. Changing includes both outer modifications of behavior and an inner shift in values and thinking patterns.

The positive changes you can make in recovery will be based on valuable insights and powerful recovery tools. The founder of this website, Jim Hall, MS, Love Addiction Expert wants to help you discover the strategies that are proven to work and help you break your love addiction and start lving a healthy, happy life with relationships that bring out the best in you.

If you are love addicted -- whether you're  in a current relationship, withdrawing from a break up or love loss, single, or searching for a healthy, fulfilling, long-lasting romantic relationship ... you are right where you are suppose to be.  With the right solutions amd guidance from the Love Addiction Expert, you CAN break free and recover from addictive loving.

If you are ready to stop this cunning problem- start now by doing one thing for yourself-- take one simple step to jumpstart positive change in your life. What will be the  price tag, or the consequences in your life if you don't do anything to become free from addictive loving? The answer-- the same as it has always been...

How could I start overcoming my love addiction?

-- Readings (Understanding, Awareness, Insight)

Unravel the intricate dynamics of relationships between the love addict and avoidant
The LOVE ADDICT in Love Addiction, by Jim Hall, MS

-- Self Help Recovery Workbooks Specifically for the Love Addict

Learn the essentials of starting a healthy road to breaking your dependency...
GATEWAY to Recovery: The Beginners Recovery Book For Love Addicts

Overcome painful obsessive symptoms of withdrawal...
SURVIVING WITHDRAWAL: The Break Up Workbook for Love Addicts 


-- Schedule a Love Addiction Coaching Session (from anywhere you live)
with Jim Hall, MS, Love Addiction/Relationship Specialist

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-- Join Our Online Recovery Weekly Recovery Group

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