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Articles Written by Author Ross Rosenberg

 Articles Written by Author Ross Rosenberg  


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Articles for Which I was Interviewed

Chicago Tribune by Jen Weigel:  Are You A Magnet for DisasterHelper, Don’t Forget to Help Yourself Too.        Letting Go Of Toxic Relationships,       Online Infidelity: Identifying, and Dealing with, Cyber Affairs

Huffington Post:  11 Signs You Might Be Dating A Sociopath      Why You Can’t Stand To Be Alone — And How To Learn To Love It     When Divorcing a Narcissist, Prepare for the Rage

PsychcentralWhy You Can’t Stand To Be Alone — And How To Learn To Love Yourself       Tips on Setting Boundaries in Enmeshed Relationships,       Coping With Loneliness During the Holidays  

Ozy.com: Is Your Facebook Creeping a Sign of Something Worse?  

Rewireme.com: Seasonal Survival Skills (Holiday Blues Survival Kit)

Everup.com: Self Love Deficit Disorder: Where Do You Fall on the Continuum of Self?              How the gray area between codependency and narcissism is defining your relationships.


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Codependents & Narcissists: Understanding the Attraction Training. March 21. Buffalo Grove IL


Codependents & Narcissists: Understanding the Attraction

6-CEU Training by Ross Rosenberg, LCPC, CADC
March 21, 2014. Buffalo Grove, IL

Did you know… That codependents and pathological narcissists are “human magnets?” Both are irresistibly drawn into romantic relationships not so much what they see, feel and think, but more by an invisible attraction force, that will repeat over and over again despite outside treatment intervention? Ross presents his own theories to explain the mysterious but predictable attraction pattern occurring between codependents and narcissists – balanced but dysfunctional relationship partners.

A National Success – Since January 2012, this training has been presented in 60 cities and 27 states. Because it strikes both a personal and professional chord, participants have described it as emotionally evocative, thought-provoking and cathartic. The training spawned Ross’s former training employer’s all-time best-selling training DVD and his first book, The Human Magnet Syndrome: Why We Love People who Hurt Us.

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