Frank Tallis

author of “The Incurable Romantic: and Other Tales of Madness and Desire”

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Cinical psychologist and author of “The Incurable Romantic: and Other Tales of Madness and Desire.”

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A married woman was convinced her dentist was secretly in love with her and drove him out of the country.

The psychology behind why people do crazy things for love

A married woman was convinced her dentist was secretly in love with her and drove him out of the country.

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