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THE HUMAN MAGNET SYNDROME: THE CODEPENDENT NARCISSIST TRAP
NOT A SECOND EDITION
- Audiobook: 10 hours and 7 minutes
- Publisher: Self-Love Recovery Institute, February 2018
- Language: English
The Human Magnet Syndrome: The Codependent Narcissist Trap is a complete rewrite of the first (2013) Human Magnet Syndrome book. The content has been refined, re-organized, updated and expanded. It contains over 125 pages of new content. In addition, it includes a more explicit rendering of The Human Magnet Syndrome, that includes new theories, explanations and concepts. Additionally, many more case examples and personal stories and reflections on Ross's own codependency recovery. Like its predecessor, it is written for both the layman and professional.
The Human Magnet Syndrome “love force” not only brings two perfectly matched partners together, but it also keeps them captive in lasting and breakup resistant dysfunctional relationships. Rosenberg explains why so many people fall in love with a soulmate, but awaken to a cellmate reality. Not only does the book rewrite what is known about codependency and pathological narcissism, it explains why the opposite codependent-narcissist attraction force is king!
This book will change your life - guaranteed. Readers of the Human Magnet Syndrome will better understand why they, despite their dreams for true love, find themselves hopelessly and painfully in love with partners who hurt them. This book will guide and inspire both the layman and the professional.
Codependents Cannot Be Narcissists
Gaslighting & Brainwashing
Narcissistic Abuse Syndrome
Expanded Attachment Trauma Explanations
Narcissism in Politics
The Relationship Compatibility Theory
The Three Forms of Relational Chemistry
Expanded Covert Narcissism material
Codependency Categories: Active & Passive
Relationship Gravity Concept
Codependent Martyr Syndrome
The Narcissist’s “Good-Parenting Narratives”
Childhood “Survival Roles”
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