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On Surviving the Potholes of Self-Love Deficit Disorder Recovery

 

On our healing journey, sometimes we hit potholes in the road. Such surprises may cause us to temporarily lose control of our “vehicle.”  In an adrenaline filled moment of terror, we contemplate the end. Because of our newfound healing instinct, we tightly grab hold of the “wheel” and muscle our car back on to the road. This is when we steer our fate back to self-love
Worry not; you are moving in the right direction! Hold tight onto your courage, as the road to self-love abundance is fraught with risk. When you do arrive, and you will, you will realize that no destination as sweet as this can ever be achieved on a road free of obstacles and dangers. Therefore, self-love is not only the antidote to your driving dilemma, it’s also the destination you have always deserved.

Ross Rosenberg

 

Ross Rosenberg, M.Ed., LCPC, CADC, CSAT
Clinical Care Consultants Owner
Self-Love Recovery Institute Owner
Psychotherapist, Author & Professional Trainer
Author of The Human Magnet Syndrome

Creator of “The Codependency Cure: Recovering from Self-Love Deficit Disorder” seminar (and upcoming book)

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Counseling Today’s Online Magazine Top 15 Read Articles

2014yearinreviewCT Online’s most-read articles posted in 2014:

As we flip the calendar forward to January, we’re taking some time to reflect on the more than 150 articles that were posted at CT Online in 2014.    From a remembrance of Maya Angelou to an in-depth piece on eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR), we’ve focused on the news and issues that affect the counseling profession.

Milestones of 2014 include approval of a newly revised ACA Code of Ethics and the Association for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Issues in Counseling (ALGBTIC)’s first-ever conference, held in New Orleans in September.

15. The dance between codependents and narcissists (Online Exclusive, posted in March) bit.ly/1nMLV3K  Ross Rosenberg

1. 2014 ACA Code of Ethics approved by Governing Council (Online Exclusive, posted in March) bit.ly/1i4ehSO

2. Addressing clients’ prejudices in counseling (Knowledge Share, posted in January) bit.ly/1i3TuAG

3. A living document of ethical guidance (Cover Story, posted in May) bit.ly/1B28EP1

4. The toll of childhood trauma (Cover Story, posted in June) bit.ly/1JOMshA

5. EMDR for the co-occurring population (Magazine Feature, posted in May) bit.ly/1JON7Q5

6. Counseling goes to the movies (Online Exclusive, posted in December) bit.ly/1AWKDcq

7. The inner life of the counselor (Knowledge Share, posted in April) bit.ly/1CCkktk

8. Sex offender therapy: A battle on multiple fronts (Magazine Opinion, posted in March) bit.ly/1HvTqU

9. Connecting with clients (Cover Story, posted in August) bit.ly/16Nb2Az

10. ACA’s first counselor compensation study reports varied pay, good benefits (Online Exclusive, posted in September) bit.ly/1xdNJLT

11. Quieting the inner critic (Cover Story, posted in January) bit.ly/LZ0Uu9

12. America’s mental health disparities (Online Exclusive, posted in December) bit.ly/1E7Z2bA

13. CACREP degree to be required for counselor licensure in Ohio (Online Exclusive, posted in May) bit.ly/1x0e4uP

14. The toughest kinds of groups (Knowledge Share, posted in February) bit.ly/1mBAfAq

Ross Rosenberg – The Illinois Counseling Association’s Outstanding Professional Counseling Publication Award

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Ross Rosenberg, LCPC, CADC, CSAT Candidate is the recipient of

The 2014 Wendell S. Dysinger Award:

Outstanding Professional Counseling Publication

Established by ICA in 1983 to honor and recognize the professional counseling contributions made by Dr.Wendell S. Dysinger, one of ICA’s founders. The outstanding professional counseling publication award is given to person(s) for an outstanding published article in professional counseling, human development, student affairs, and/or related areas.

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Ross Rosenberg Award Winning Author

Covert Narcissists: Wolves in Sheep Clothing ( Closet Narcissists). Ross Rosenberg

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 Covert narcissists are masters of disguise – successful actors, humanitarians, politicians, clergy members, and even psychotherapists who are beloved and appreciated, but are secretly selfish, calculating, controlling, angry and vindictive. Covert narcissists create an illusion of selflessness while gaining from their elevated status. Although they share similar basic traits with the overt narcissist, i.e., the need for attention, affirmation, approval and recognition, they are stealthier about hiding their selfish and egocentric motives. Unlike the overt narcissist who parades his narcissism for all to see, the covert narcissist furtively hides his real motives and identity. These narcissists are able to trick others into believing they are honest, altruistic and empathetic individuals. They are successful at pretending to be a more likable version of themselves, knowing that if their true identity was uncovered, they would not be able to maintain the respect, status and prestige that they have so furtively garnered.  From Ross’s book, The Human Magnet Syndrome: Why We Love People Who Hurt Us.

Ross Rosenberg, M.Ed., LCPC, CADC
Psychotherapist & National Seminar Trainer

Owner of Clinical Care Consultants
Co-Owner of Advanced Clinical Trainers
Author of the Human Magnet Syndrome

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How and Why Someone Becomes a Narcissist. The Development of Narcissistic Personality Disorder NPD

How and Why Someone How and Why Someone Becomes a Narcissist.

The Development of Narcissistic Personality Disorder NPD

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