It’s high time we put the most enduring myths about human behavior to bed, and see the mind—and the world—as it is.
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It was well known that Amy had some tumultuous relationships, some people are saying that in addition to being a alcoholic she might have been a love addict. One blog www.affectiondeficitdisorder.com says:
"Winehouse died alone in the bedroom to which she’d retreated after her boyfriend, director Reg Traviss, left her a month ago. It wouldn’t be the first time a love addict in withdrawal withdrew into a room with no company but the Bottle Brothers: a bottle of pills and a bottle of booze. Nor would it be the first time Winehouse exhibited symptoms of love addiction: Only weeks after meeting Blake Fielder-Civil, in 2005, she tattooed his name across her heart. They married in 2007 and divorced in 2009. This is the trouble with love at first sight. Damn x-ray vision never works right."
I think the author, Ethlie Ann Vare might have a really good point.
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