What It’s Like to Have Incurable, Unrequited Love

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Unrequited love is a rite of passage for many — but what if that love is an incurable, delusional condition that induces obsessive, stalkerlike behavior?

Frank Tallis, a clinical psychologist and writer based in London, details his experience treating a woman with erotomania in his latest book, The Incurable Romantic: And Other Tales of Madness and Desire. He shares his encounter with the Cut in the video above.

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