Archive for the ‘The Human Magnet Syndrome’ Category

Clinical Care Consultants. Counselors Who Care. Arlington Heights Buffalo Grove Palatine Inverness

Clinical Care Consultants Specialty Driven Counseling Our highly trained, experienced and competent counselors / psychotherapists provide the gamut of mental health services, which include individual therapy, marital / marriage therapy, couples therapy and relationship or family counseling services for all age groups. CCC only employs seasoned, confident and experienced clinicians – averaging 19 years in […]

One Thought Away Project. Clinical Care Consultants Counseling Center

  We believe in providing the highest level of care – supporting our clients both in, and outside of our office. We demonstrate this through our participation in the One Thought Away™ Project.  It is based on decades of studies of how the thoughts we think affect our lives and by choosing different thoughts we create […]

Tips on Setting Boundaries in Enmeshed Relationships.

Tips on Setting Boundaries in Enmeshed Relationships By MARGARITA TARTAKOVSKY, M.S.   Healthy emotional and physical boundaries are the basis of healthy relationships. Enmeshed relationships, however, are bereft of these boundaries, according to Ross Rosenberg, M.Ed., LCPC, CADC, a national seminar trainer and psychotherapist who specializes in relationships. Whether it’s a relationship between family members, partners or […]

It’s Never Too Late to Be Who You Might Have Been. Rosenberg Huffington Post Blog

Featuring fresh takes and real-time analysis from HuffPost’s signature lineup of contributors Ross A. Rosenberg Professional trainer, Author and psychotherapist It’s Never Too Late to Be Who You Might Have Been (Hope for Codependents) Posted: 09/06/2013 10:49 am Relationship Advice, The Human Magnet Syndrome, Codependency, Love and Relationships, Love And Sex, Narcissism, Ross-Rosenberg, Healthy Living News We all come into this imperfect […]

Rebecca Rosenblat Endorses the Human Magnet Syndrome: Why We Love People Who Hurt Us

We’ve all been in situations that weren’t right for us – or at the very least we know people who are stuck where they don’t want to be.  HUMAN MAGNET SYNDROME explains why that is – using sound psychological principles – and how to get out of those defeating situations.  It’s truly a life-changing bible […]

It’s Never Too Late To Be Who You Might Have Been (Hope for Codependents)

We all come into this imperfect world, in imperfect families, as imperfect versions of ourselves. Not one of us is without a story or two about family dysfunction, economic hardships, medical limitations, self-esteem challenges and more. Through conscious choices, personal commitment, and hard work, we all can experience the world as fully competent, secure, loving […]

She Drives a Mercedes, He Rides a Harley. Why We Are Attracted to Opposite Personalities Huff Post Blog

Featuring fresh takes and real-time analysis from HuffPost’s signature lineup of contributors Ross A. Rosenberg Professional trainer, Author and psychotherapist She Drives a Mercedes, He Rides a Harley.  The Human Magnet Syndrome Author of the book, The Human Magnet Syndrome: Why We Love People Who Hurt Us   She drives a Mercedes, he rides a […]

The Human Magnet Syndrome Made the Cover of Publishers Weekly

Publishers Weekly, familiarly known in the book world as PW and “the bible of the book business,” is a weekly news magazine focused on the international book publishing business. It is targeted at publishers, booksellers, librarians, literary agents, authors and the media. It offers feature articles and news on all aspects of the book business, […]

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 […]

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 […]