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In a world full of cynicism, sarcasm and irony; Michael Rosenbaum (Smallville) and Chris Sullivan (This is Us) discuss the things in their lives that bring them joy, fulfillment and gratitude. They invite their audience and their guests to do the same. In Love… with Michael Rosenbaum and Chris Sullivan is the upbeat antidote to everything that’s bringing you down and hopefully through the process, we will all become better people, friends and lovers. What are you in love with?

IN LOVE... with Michael Rosenbaum & Chris Sullivan Michael Rosenbaum & Chris Sullivan

    • Arts
    • 4.9, 72 Ratings

In a world full of cynicism, sarcasm and irony; Michael Rosenbaum (Smallville) and Chris Sullivan (This is Us) discuss the things in their lives that bring them joy, fulfillment and gratitude. They invite their audience and their guests to do the same. In Love… with Michael Rosenbaum and Chris Sullivan is the upbeat antidote to everything that’s bringing you down and hopefully through the process, we will all become better people, friends and lovers. What are you in love with?

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
72 Ratings

72 Ratings

karken73 ,

Bobby Lee

Wow. I mean, WOW! This was amazing. I’m gonna have to listen to this again. This answered so many questions for me...and created new ones.
You seemed to be distancing yourself when you’re with Grandpa Irv. Almost a kind of self protection. My mother died six years ago. I lived with her my whole life and I loved her...but she was not easy. I wouldn’t give you a dime for my first fourteen years. Then my father died and she became so sweet. I know it was manipulation, but I learned a lot. I learned from the best. I allowed her to get rid of the people in my life that she did not like. I allowed a lot, because it felt so good to have a parent finally love me. She died at age 96. I’m 75, and I haven’t a clue how to love...anybody. When she went to the hospital for the last time, she was seeing things that weren’t there. She demanded that I take her back home. She became loud and nasty. I said no. And I walked away. Left her with a family member, and walked out to the hallway. She was in pain. Her feet were black (she had gangrene from her diabetis) They put her on an air mattress and she screamed my name in a Linda Blair voice. I started to run back to her, but my niece caught me and wouldn’t let go. She was alive for a full week, her considerable sized family by her side. Everybody but me. On the last evening, I hid behind everybody. I thought then that she would be leaving us. She said goodnight to them one at a time. “Would you like me to stay, Mom?” I asked her. She said nothing. Wouldn’t even look at me. I kissed her forehead and said,”I love you, Mom.” And I left. I was her caregiver from the age of 14. I loved as much as I was capable...and I didn’t cry. Not once. All this time I’ve been packing around a load of guilt. I had two guys who wanted to marry me, but she didn’t like them. I’ve been without friends for years because she didn’t like them. I’m an idiot, I guess. From your podcast, it occurred to me that I’ve been protecting myself all my life. So now, I’m alone fantisizing about falling in love with fictional people on TV. Disfunctional? Hell, yes. And I’m sorry for unloading on you guys. It felt good but I promise I won’t do it again. I love the podcast. Thank you.👍🏼

KelsoVE ,

In love with In Love!

Rosy and Sully are a perfect match! This podcast is insightful, meaningful and enjoyable to listen to. Keep it up guys! We definitely need more thoughtful men in this world

EvelynBee12 ,

Rosy and Sully for the Soul

I just found this podcast and I LOVE it. I really appreciate how honest and open everyone is about their struggles and how they are coping with life’s curveballs. It’s incredibly helpful to hear that I’m not alone in how I’m feeling and get some amazing advice and a new perspective on things. This is therapy for my heart and mind:) Love both these guys 💜

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