'An honest and deeply chilling account of what it's like to suffer from a compulsion to look for love in what are most definitely the wrong places' Elle
For Sue Silverman, the wrong places to look for love include: At the end of a phone, when a stranger calls her college dorm late night and asks what she's wearing. On a blue leather couch, with a senator, while an intern on Capital Hill. In the back of a military truck, with a paratrooper, when hitching a ride across a desert on holiday. And still years later, in Room #213 of the Rainbow Motel, where she goes every Thursday lunchtime for routine sex with Rick (unbeknownst to Husband 2) ...
In Love Sick, her unflinching memoir of her 28 days of treatment in a clinic for female sex addicts, Sue revisits her past behaviour as she learns to put her demons behind her and discover what love really means.
An honest and deeply chilling account of what it's like to suffer from a compulsion to look for love in what are most definitely the wrong places
A self-proclaimed addict looks unflinchingly at the source of her sickness and her road to recovery
Compelling ... candid, emotionally raw ... deeply moving
In an unflinching account, Sue William Silverman reveals how her desperate search for love through liaisons with hundreds of emotionally dangerous men sent her life spinning out of control