Discover why some couples get stuck in the early infatuation stage and never create a true, lasting love in highlights of my radio conversation for A Lasting Love with Ross Rosenberg. He’s a veteran psychotherapist-author Human Magnet Syndrome-Why We Love People Who Hurt Us.
Discover how to identify and deal with dysfunctional personality traits in a romantic partner in highlights of my radio conversation for A Lasting Love with Ross Rosenberg. Ross is a veteran psychotherapist who wrote the new book, The Human Magnet Syndrome - Why We Love People Who Hurt Us. Hadley: You wrote that soulmates can become cellmates when you find dysfunctional personality traits that cause conflict, chaos and misery. How do you define “dysfunctional”?
If you’re single, do you keep dating people who disappoint you or break your heart? Find out why your love magnet may be set to attract a match who’ll hurt you in highlights of Hadley's radio conversation for A Lasting Love with Ross Rosenberg. Ross is a veteran psychotherapist and author of The Human Magnet Syndrome - Why We Love People Who Hurt Us.
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My 12-year-old son is exactly like my husband, your future father-in-law: they both have Asperger's syndrome. I know this letter is important, because it's exactly the thing I wish someone had written to me in the beginning of my relationship to save me years of struggling.