Irrelationship is a jointly created state of insanity made visible in the mutual acting-out of the anxiety of being vulnerable, intimate, empathetic and invested in one another. Fighting is often a tell-tell sign that the irrelationship defense is coming at too high a... READ MORE >
Is your experience with early caregivers the last word? Are people in irrelationships doomed to a life of keeping others “at a safe distance” and never sharing an intimacy? Not necessarily. Developing an “earned secure attachment” is entirely in the cards for those willing to look at their... READ MORE >
Our book engagingly explores the variety of ways that irrelationship distances us even from those closest to us. Readers learn practical, exciting tools for building profound, satisfying connection with others. READ MORE >
MARK B. BORG, JR., PHD., a psychoanalyst practicing in New York City, has written extensively about the intersection of psychoanalysis and community crisis intervention.
GRANT H. BRENNER M.D., is a psychiatrist & psychoanalyst practicing in New York City, specializes in treatment of mood and anxiety disorders related to childhood trauma, has done considerable volunteer work in disaster mental health.
DANIEL BERRY RN, MHA, has practiced in New York City since 1987, focusing on services for persons affected by abuse, trauma and addiction.
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