Monday, July 11, 2016

Interview with Elan Golomb, author of Unloved Again

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Inside the Book:

Unloved Again

Title: Unloved Again 
Author: Elan Golomb 
Publisher: iUniverse 
Genre: Psychology 
Format: Ebook/Paperback

Love can be hell. It is not an accident which moves us to love the wrong person or to hate the right one, over and over again.

Most of us remain unaware of how to escape this perpetual cycle of bad relationships.

 • Do you continually fall for the wrong person?
 • Do you find yourself driving the right person away?
 • Do your relationships quickly switch from blissful to tortured?
 • Do you criticize unreasonably or find yourself being criticized disproportionally?

 In Unloved Again, Dr. Elan Golomb identifies the crux of emotional and psychological problems which underlie love's repeated failures. Only in addressing these deep-seated issues can one escape the dance of romantic folly. With this book you will uncover the secret to enjoying a happy and lasting love life.

The Interview:

What was the craziest or insane thing that happened to you in the book publishing process? 

I found people in Indiana I could actually talk to.

How about the social networks? Which ones do you believe help and which ones do you wish you could avoid? 

Have not gotten here yet.

What is one thing you’d like to jump on the rooftop and scream about? 

Be yourself - your adult self which of course has no sign posts. You have to venture forth. 

 What is something people may be surprised to know about you? 

Perhaps that I'm such a softy.

What are 10 words that best describe you?

Nature lover, like to hold hands and touch, never have enough time to do it all.

Meet the Author:
Elan Golomb earned her doctorate in clinical psychology and her 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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