“Ross Rosenberg’s Award Winning
and Best Selling Book”

About The Book

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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Meet The Author

Ross RosenbergRoss A. Rosenberg, M.Ed., LCPC, CADC, CSAT is the owner and psychotherapist in Clinical Care Consultants, a counseling center in the northern suburbs of Chicago. He also owns and trains with Advanced Clinical Trainers (ACT), which provides a platform for talented and inspiring trainers, leaders and experts.

Ross has been a psychotherapist since 1988. He is a licensed practitioner who is certified as an addiction counselor and certified sex addiction therapist. Ross is considered an expert in codependency, trauma, sex and love addiction, and Narcissistic and Borderline Personality Disorders.         …Read More 

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