ROBI LUDWIG QUOTES

psychotherapist

Marriage emerged some forty-five hundred years ago and evolved into a widespread and accepted institution that bonded families, maintained order, and created wealth. Unlike today, where many of us are searching for our romantic "soul mate," marriage was originally more about economics than deep emotion.

ROBI LUDWIG, Till Death Do Us Part

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Some women think they need to be overpowering in order to be powerful. This is so far from the truth. What is so great about being a women is how powerful we are quite naturally.

ROBI LUDWIG, interview, The Romance Files, February 16, 2011

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I'm sure I've dated my share of loonies in the past. Sometimes I realized it early on and sometimes not that fast. Love can be blinding, even for therapists. Plus, crazy can be fun sometimes. Don't you think?! Maybe that's just me!

ROBI LUDWIG, "POP Profile: Get Inside the Head of Robi Ludwig", POP Goes the Week, January 20, 2011

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Violence is a dark contrast to what so many of us still believe in -- love.

ROBI LUDWIG, Till Death Do Us Part

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Like many people, I consider myself an incurable romantic, and there is a part of me that will always believe in walking off into the sunset to live happily ever after. When I was younger, like many children, I assumed I would get married, live in a nice house, and have a couple of kids. I also assumed this very traditional achievement would bring me endless happiness and romance. So much so, that during my college years I considered girls engaged by graduation to be the epitome of success. Perhaps needless to say, I was not one of those girls.

ROBI LUDWIG, Till Death Do Us Part

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I really love having smart and important conversations on TV.

ROBI LUDWIG, Twitter post, March 19, 2015

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I have occasionally thought that some [TV] hosts have needed treatment, and some of these hosts have even admitted they could benefit from therapy. Having said that, I think most people can benefit from treatment. Those who need it and refuse to get it generally have the most "issues."

ROBI LUDWIG, "POP Profile: Get Inside the Head of Robi Ludwig", POP Goes the Week, January 20, 2011

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I don't agree that celebrities don't value relationships. Many of them don't seem to be able to achieve long term committed relationships. In part this is due to their lifestyle, the temptations they have thrown their way, and how they define love (in a very adolescent and self involved way).They want the HOT honeymoon ... sexy period of a relationship. When the relationship enters into a different phase, many have a hard time tolerating it. And in a way, celebrities don't have to. They can fall in love and remarry as many times as they want to, so many of them do. It brings them media attention and feeds their sense of entitlement. Having said that, you're right, celebrities do influence our cultural norms, and their behavior can creep into our social consciousness. People may confuse admiring a celebrity and wanting to be like them by copying everything they do, even though they might not be copying areas of a celebrity's life that are not actually healthy for them.

ROBI LUDWIG, interview, The Romance Files, February 16, 2011

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