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|Author:||ROSS ROSENBERG, M.ED., LCPC, CADC|
|Publisher:||PESI Publishing & Media|
"Refreshingly intuitive and innovative, Rosenberg unravels the mystery of self-sabotaging relationship patterns. A must read."
~ Randi Kreger, co-author of the best-selling Stop Walking on Eggshells and Psychology Today blogger
"Rosenberg offers a much needed, accessible explanation about how love, sex and relationships can go awry - and what each of us can do to become more empowered and engaged in our lifelong process of building community and family."
~ Robert Weiss, LCSW, CSAT-S, author, psychotherapy, educator, sex and relationship disorders expert
"Many couples have a give and take relationship. The takers will not read this book. The givers need to. For those who give too much, there is freedom in these pages. Clarity begins here. Learn why you are constantly frustrated no matter how much you give to your partner. Get this book and give yourself a gift."
~ Peter Pearson, Ph.D., co-founder of The Couples Institute
“Ross Rosenberg’s important work, ‘The Human Magnet Syndrome: Why We Love People Who Hurt Us,’ challenges us to continue looking at relationship dynamics to see how our experiences affected us and will continue to affect others. Join this forward-looking movement by reading a book that draws on the discoveries of the past, but adds more wisdom combined with effective answers. It’s both the next step in evolution and a revelation. I recommend ‘The Human Magnet Syndrome’ to those who work in social services, education, chemical dependency or the counseling fields and to the people they touch. It’s time to wake up and this brilliant book sounds the alarm we need.”
~ Melody Beattie, author of 18 books, including best-selling Codependent No More and Language of Letting Go
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