About The BookThe Human Magnet Syndrome

Men and women always have been drawn into romantic relationships instinctively, not so much

by what they see, feel or think, but more by an invisible and irresistible relationship force.  Ross Rosenberg, a seasoned psychotherapist, professional trainer and recovering codependent, calls this compelling and seductive “love force” the Human Magnet Syndrome.

“Chemistry,” or the intuitive knowingness of perfect compatibility, is synonymous with the Human Magnet Syndrome.  This is the attraction force that brings compatibly opposite, but exquisitely matched, lovers together: codependents and narcissists.

This magnetic love connection predictably begins like a fairy-tale, but quickly morphs into a painful “seesaw” of love and hate and hope and disappointment.  The experience of relational perfection is really just a guise for the temporary suspension of pathological loneliness, an excruciatingly painful condition that plagues both codependents and narcissists.  At the end of the day, the codependent’s dreams of a soul mate invariably dissolve into a “cellmate” reality.   …Read More

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The Codependency: Cure: Recovering from Self-Love Deficit Disorder” is Rosenberg’s current seminar and will soon be his second book.  In it, he taps into Rosenberg’s 28 years of experience working with codependents and trauma survivors. He has created and refined cutting edge clinical frameworks, techniques, and strategies to treat codependency, trauma, and addictions.  Like his previous ground-breaking work on codependency work, his material continues to be topical, personal, clinically relevant, and personally transformative.  CLICK HERE to browse the seminars

Ross’s Upcoming Book

“The Codependency Cure: Recovering from Self-Love Deficit Disorder” like the The Human Magnet Syndrome, will provide original and ground-breaking self-help content.  In it he completely redefines and reconceptualizes codependency and the treatment of it.  Self-Love Deficit Disorder” breathes a fresh new perspective into what we know as codependency, while stripping it of its shaming connotations and pejorative and degrading interpretation.  As Ross often says, “it is time to take the shame out of the name while focusing on the shame that causes it.”

4 Million YouTube Views/37,000 Subscribers

Ross has posted over 78 videos on his YouTube channel, which highlight his latest work.  At present, he has amassed over 4 million views (6500 daily) and has accumulated over 36,000 subscribers. Few, if any psychotherapists authors have reached these bench marks.

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