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For this group I have also recently published “Stockholm Syndrome: The Psychological Mystery of Loving an Abuser”.
Obviously, this article has created the need for sequels.
I’ve been contacted for help by the friends and loved ones of people involved in relationships with Losers (controlling and/or abusive partners).
The loved ones want to understand the situation and ask for recommendations and guidance.
”, which may help you to identify and highlight experiences of concern within your relationship.
Psychologists usually treat the victims of “The Loser”, women or men who arrive at the office severely depressed with their self-confidence and self-esteem totally destroyed.
The e-mail feedback I have received on the article has been tremendous.
It’s clear the article is a way of identifying not only “losers” but controlling, abusive, and manipulating individuals.
The following list is an attempt to outline the characteristics of “The Loser” and provide a manner in which women and men can identify potentially damaging relationships before they are themselves severely damaged emotionally or even physically.
If your partner possesses even one of these features, there is risk in the relationship.