The Human Magnet Syndrome

  • by Ross Rosenberg M.Ed. LCPC CADC
  • Narrated by Todd Reinhardt
  • 6 hrs and 53 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Since the dawn of civilization, men and women have been magnetically and irresistibly drawn together into romantic relationships, not so much by what they see, feel and think, but more by invisible forces. When individuals with healthy emotional backgrounds meet, the irresistible love force creates a sustainable, reciprocal and stable relationship. Codependents and emotional manipulators are similarly enveloped in a seductive dreamlike state; however, it will later unfold into a painful seesaw of love, pain, hope and disappointment. The soul mate of the codependent's dreams will become the emotional manipulator of their nightmares. Listeners 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 audiobook will guide and inspire both the layman and the professional.

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Customer Reviews

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eye opening

this book has really opened my eyes to the reality of the narcissistic codependent relationship and the fact that the things I am going through are real and not imagined. thank you Ross.
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Badly narrated

The narrator sounds computer generated and I found it really hard to keep my concentration on the book. There really wasn't anything that I've not read before about attraction theory but I was concerned by the authors suggestion that people needed magnetic attraction.

I stopped listening in the chapter that discussed people who found each other physically attractive, had the same values and interests but no immediate spark walk away. This isn't helpful in a book which is likely to be targeted toward co-dependants or those who have been in relationships with abusive or personality disorders partners and are trying to explore why their spark is only triggered by unavailable partners.
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- Leis

Book Details

  • Release Date: 26-12-2013
  • Publisher: Ross Rosenberg