Are You Vitamin L (Love) Deficient? Did Your Parent Deprive You of Nurturing?

  ARE YOU VITAMIN “L” DEFICIENT? Ross Rosenberg, M.Ed., LCPC, CADC, CSAT  Sadly, illnesses caused by low or absent levels of essential nutrients, minerals and vitamin are pervasive in the world in which we live.  Such deficiencies more negatively impact children than adults, as a child’s future physiological and neurological health requires a steady stream […]

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Continuum of Self Values (CSV) Personality Type Breakdown / CSV Sheet

Continuum of Self Values Examples / CSV Sheet From The Human Magnet Syndrome: Why We Love People Who Hurt Us Ross Rosenberg, M.Ed., LCPC, CADC, CSAT  The following list matches each of the 11 Continuum of Self Values (CSVs) with a general personality description.  These examples are only intended to illustrate the range of general […]

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The Codependency Pyramid. Understanding the Linear Progression of Trauma.

    This graphic is included in my training Reversing the Human Magnet Syndrome: Codependency and Trauma Recovery and will be in my upcoming book, The Codependency Cure: Reversing the Human Magnet Syndrome.  Its purpose is to demonstrate that codependency is really a symptom of more foundational issues.  Moreover, to resolve codependency, one’s core trauma […]

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Online Infidelity: Identifying, and Dealing with, Cyber Affairs. Jen Weigel/Chicago Tribune Interviews Ross Rosenberg

Online Infidelity: Identifying, and Dealing with Cyber Affairs By Jenniffer Weigel – Chicago Tribune I was co-hosting a company-sponsored discussion last fall, open to the public, about coping with divorce. A member of the audience shared with the group that he had discovered his wife was involved in a cyber affair. “Is that considered cheating?” he asked […]

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Counseling Today’s Online Magazine Top 15 Read Articles

A Publication of the American Counseling Association Most-read posts of 2014 at Counseling Today Online CT 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 […]

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