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Elan Golomb Confronts the Issue of Love that Always Fails with “Unloved Again: Breaking Your Serial Addiction”


Dr. Elan Golomb releases “Unloved Again: Breaking Your Serial Addiction,” an excellent follow-up to her well-commended book “Trapped in the Mirror: Adult Children of Narcissists in their Struggle for Self.” 

In “Unloved Again: Breaking Your Serial Addiction,” Golomb, who is a clinical psychologist, examines one of the most common and most painful struggles we see in society: love unreciprocated, love wasted on the wrong person, love doomed to fail right from the start and how it connects to childhood trauma.

How can something so splendid hurt so much in the end although sometimes in the beginning and middle as well? Why do people believe that their love will change the indifferent or hostile person into a loving partner?  Why does love happen seamlessly for some and not for others? Does everybody deserve to love and be loved in return? Of course, the issue is not whether you deserve to be loved. It is who you choose to love.

If these questions resonate with you, then “Unloved Again: Breaking Your Serial Addiction” is for you. Golomb examines the childhood trauma that affect adult romantic relationships. Painful childhood experiences at the hands of hateful or indifferent parents affect the child for life. The grown child remains in a frozen, rejected state. They are in a constant search for the love and affection that was missing in childhood from similarly rejecting partners. They do not see what moves them and feel hopeless about change. They argue but this is what turns me on.  It is the inner child speaking. That part of the self needs to become a memory, a part of the past.
Unloved Again: Breaking Your Serial Addiction
Written by Dr. Elan Golomb 
Published by iUniverse
Published Date: February 2016
Paperback: $14.95
About the Author
Elan Golomb has a doctorate in clinical psychology and a certificate in psychoanalysis and psychotherapy from New York University. She has been in private practice in New York since 1972. She is also the author of “Trapped in the Mirror: Adult Children of Narcissistic Parents in Their Struggle for Self.”

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