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  • Poor-Sucker Syndrome

  • The Story about Leeches and the Men That Feed Them
  • By: Mitch Vandell
  • Narrated by: Robert Armin
  • Length: 1 hr and 50 mins
  • 4.6 out of 5 stars (9 ratings)

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Poor-Sucker Syndrome

By: Mitch Vandell
Narrated by: Robert Armin
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She's entered the cultural mainstream, been immortalized in rap songs, and is probably brunching with friends right now, bragging about her new Louis Vuitton-she's a leech, more commonly known as a gold digger. But what about the man who supports her? How did that Poor Sucker end up footing the bill, and what can he do to free himself from financial abuse?

Poor-Sucker Syndrome: The Story about Leeches and the Men That Feed Them sheds light on the emotional deceit of gold diggers and how men so haplessly fall for their calculated charms. In this unique self-help book, written with warmth, wit, and sharp observations of the push and pull between the sexes, Mitch Vandell gives name to and breaks down this widely familiar yet rarely recognized social affliction. Using humorous case studies with theories that incorporate psychology, social anthropology, and economic theory, Poor-Sucker Syndrome explores the enablers and risk factors involved in contracting the syndrome.

©2012 Mitch Vandell (P)2014 Mitch Vandell

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Would you listen to Poor-Sucker Syndrome again? Why?

No, I personally avoid superficial people described in the book (male and female).

What other book might you compare Poor-Sucker Syndrome to and why?

I don't