Whether you're bunny-boiler/acid-tosser Lifetime movie fodder, or just a tight-assed "If you don't know why I'm mad I'm not telling you" type, everyone has experienced the out-of-control emotional reactions that are the dark flipside of love's sparkly endorphin rush. Liz Langley's latest book, Crazy Little Thing: Why Love and Sex Drive Us Mad, gives you case studies of several ... oh well, you know what, we reviewed it in December, so if you haven't already, go read that.
We bring it up today because Langley's giving away a free signed copy. Tell her your story of crazy love in 25 words or less by Thursday, Jan. 26 (visit her website for full details on how to win). It's not a random drawing — the best story wins, so don't hold back.
Go to her website for details
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