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Alone, lonely, or happy?

It is better to live by yourself and be alone than to live with someone else and feel lonely. Feeling alone and being alone are different situations. Feeling alone or lonely is painful. Feeling alone or lonely when with friends or loved ones is a terrible feeling. However being alone, at worse, is just boring. […]

Codependency According to the Human Magnet Syndrome Explanation

From chapter 10 of the Human Magnet Syndrome: Why We Love People Who Hurt Us According to the human magnet explanation, codependents are “magnetically” attracted to emotional manipulators because of their opposite “magnetic polarity.” As the north pole of a magnet is always attracted to the south pole of another magnet, so will codependents always […]

Lasting Love At First Site – It Exists!

  Lasting Love At First Site – It Exists! I met my wife after four years of Internet dating. Considering I had a very difficult divorce four years before we met, and a history of meeting emotionally unstable women (the thesis of my book The Human Magnet Syndrome), I was exceptionally cautious with the whole […]

The Mathematically Sound Relationship: Does 1 + 1 = 2?

“If people do not believe that mathematics is simple, it is only because they do not realize how complicated life is.”  ― John von Neumann   Despite my my life-long adversarial relationship with this math, I could have never predicted that I would rely on it to describe both healthy and problematic relationships.  For example, in […]

The Human Magnet Syndrome Audio Excerpt – Chapter 7

Ross Rosenberg, M.Ed., LCPC, CADC Psychotherapist & National Seminar Trainer Owner of Clinical Care Consultants Co-Owner of Advanced Clinical Trainers Author of the Human Magnet Syndrome                   

The Secret of Effective Psychotherapy

Effective Psychotherapy: I have come to understand that psychotherapy is most effective when therapists understand that their client’s problems, or reasons for which they are seeking professional help, results from longstanding deeper problem that are directly connected to childhood emotional wounds or traumas.  The psychotherapist’s challenge is to trace the presenting problem or the psychological […]