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Aron Gersh
Posted: 2017 March 30 at 10:08pm | IP Logged Quote Aron Gersh

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The song from the famous old movie, Casablanca, is called
"As Time Goes By" and suggests that "The world will always
welcome lovers, as time goes by". I wrote a book
suggesting that this is a mistake, because romantic love is
often an over-reaction (but, of the pleasurable, "positive"
kind, rather than the angry, painful, "negative" kinds). I
suggest in my book that romantic love often mimics
aspects of very early childhood (much earlier than the
Hendrixes suggest in Imago therapy). And I describe 9 such
elements of regression, describing them in detail. The blurb
for the book FALLING FOR LOVE can be seen on the site     
www.smashwords.com   but you can also download the
whole book totally free of charge. I am a past therapist
(London), have an M.A. in Humanistic Psychology and was
editor for 7 years of the UK growth magazine, Human
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