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Do you find yourself continually repeating the same kind of toxic relationship patterns? Do your relationships feed your soul? Is your relationship blissfully happy, loving, delicious, passionate, and filled with joy? If not, why? If you find instead that your relationship is filled with disdain, mistrust, anxiety, stress or jealousy, then you may need to re-examine why you're in it in the first place. Although the term Relationship Repetition Syndrome may be a new one to you - I'm sure that the idea of continuing to repeat the same toxic relationship patterns is certainly not a new idea for many of us. Love is one of the most challenging but rewarding emotions known to man, so it makes sense that many of us struggle with it. Overcome Relationship Repetition Syndrome is the third book in the Creating Your Own Reality series. If you have ever wondered why you continually repeat toxic relationship patterns, this book can enlighten you so you may find the answers you need.

©2014 Leslie Riopel (P)2014 Leslie Riopel

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Weak and worthless

This is amateur and repetitive. The author speaks only from experience. There is no research cited, no examination of the causes of "relationship repetition" other than looking for the familiar.

I should have known.

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