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The Human Magnet Syndrome: The Codependent Narcissist Trap Paperback

The Human Magnet Syndrome: The Codependent Narcissist Trap Paperback

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The Human Magnet Syndrome: The Codependent Narcissist Trap completely rewrites what we know and understand about codependents, narcissists, and the predictable resulting narcissistically abusive relationships. It is an invaluable and much-heralded breakout book for laypeople and mental health professionals.

It is a codependency staple for both mental health professionals and the general public/layperson. Since its original publication, it has sold over 150,000 copies while being published in 12 languages. Its success is the driving force behind Ross Rosenberg’s successful YouTube channel, accumulating over 23 million views and 250,000 subscribers.

Since the dawn of civilization, people seeking intimacy have been magnetically and irresistibly drawn into romantic relationships, not by what they see, feel, and think, but more by invisible forces. Human Magnet Syndrome compelled relationships predictably begin with a dreamlike “love explosion,” which predictably unfolds into a painful “seesaw” of love, pain, hope, and disappointment. Then, like clockwork, the codependent’s soulmate dream lover predictably and inevitably transforms into the narcissist of their nightmares.

With the Human Magnet Syndrome explanations, romantic chemistry’s impossible-to-escape irresistible love force finally has an answer! Ross Rosenberg brilliantly provides irrefutable and common-sense reasons for this rampant and seemingly impossible perfect storm of dangerous love.

Rosenberg’s brilliant explanations for why patient and sacrificing codependents/Self-Love Deficients fall head over heels in love with beautiful, charismatic, sexy, and exquisitely attractive lovers, who, only after the trap is set, do they safely display their true narcissistic selves.

Ross Rosenberg gives “codependency” and “codependent” their much-needed retirement in this edition. Antiquated, inaccurate, and unnecessarily limiting, these shaming terms cause more harm than help. Rosenberg also adds new information, updates, and refinements.
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