Narcisismo y Codependencia – Ross Rosenberg

Ross Rosenberg es considerado un experto en narcisismo, codependencia, traumas y adicciones, a nivel internacional. A continuación, artículos y entrevistas en español. El Síndrome del Abuso Narcisista: 10 Consejos Para Defenderse Psicopedia – 3 septiembre, 2018. Últimamente, un número cada vez mayor de libros, artículos, blogs, videos de YouTube y sitios de redes sociales se están enfocando en el Síndrome de Abuso Narcisista (SAN), también conocido como Síndrome de Víctima Narcisista. Para más información visita: El Síndrome …

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What is Gaslighting?

Gaslighting is a form of mental abuse, in which a victim is manipulated into doubting their own memory, perception, and sanity. Victims are not aware they are being manipulated into believing they have a problem. This makes them powerless and in need of the same person who created the problem. Narcissistic Abuse Syndrome is a pattern of physical, emotional, and/or sexual abuse perpetrated by a pathological narcissist against more vulnerable individuals. Because NAS victims typically …

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Gaslighting Logic: the distorted and flawed reasoning ability of a gaslighting victim. A sustained campaign of inculcated false narratives results in the scrambling of the gaslit prey’s thoughts, emotions, and intellectual capacities to the point of becoming impaired. This results in brainwashing out the victim’s logical thoughts and reasoning skills, replacing them with the carefully and systematically engineered false versions. Gaslighting logic renders the victim unable to recall their former critically thinking self, believing subconsciously …

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Narcissistic Abuse Quotes by Ross Rosenberg

From Ross Rosenberg’s book The Human Magnet Syndrome, quotes on Narcissistic Abuse, Covert Narcissists and their victims.                         By Ross Rosenberg, M.Ed, LCPC, CADCPsychotherapist, Author, Educator, Expert Witness For more information about Ross’s Self-Love Recovery Program and other resources, write us at 

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Self Love Abundance Is The Codependency Cure

People find themselves chronically in unhealthy and unbalanced relationships, where they give most of the love, respect, and care; only to receive nothing in return. Despite the pain, they stay in this unhappy and toxic dance, because they are afraid of feeling the intense shame and pathological loneliness that will arise if they leave. Often this has been called codependency, however a more appropriate name is Self-Love Deficit Disorder or SLDD. On the SLDD pyramid, …

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Codependent Martyr Syndrome

Codependent Martyr Syndrome. Some codependents rationalize, or repackage, their codependency traits into what they believe to be positive behaviors. Their codependency becomes a badge of honor of sorts, to be worn proudly—and often. These individuals experience what I refer to as the codependent martyr syndrome. Codependent martyrs are intensely proud of their selfless, sacrificial, and long-suffering approach to their relationships. Their identity and self-esteem becomes fused with their codependency. These martyrs are proud and even …

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Human Magnet Syndrome Quotes

                  By Ross Rosenberg, M.Ed, LCPC, CADCPsychotherapist, Author, Educator, Expert Witness For more information about Ross Rosenberg’s services, educational and self-help resources, please visit or write us at

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Vitamin “L” Love Deficiency

My Vitamin Love Deficiency idea further illustrates the impact of that neglect and deprivation, or attachment trauma, on an adult’s future mental and physical health. This awareness represents the sum of the nurturing Love, Respect and Care children receive from healthy parents during their formative years. When parents unconditionally give Vitamin L, children develop a healthy adult Relationship Orientation, which is indicative of adult emotional and relational health. Similar to depriving children of critically important …

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Narcissistic Parents Create Codependent Children

The way children adapt to narcissistic parents is going to determine what their relationship template is going to be as adults.  For a child to avoid severe attachment trauma, they need to be adept at a form of psychological gymnastics. This requires suppressing instinctual and reflexive emotional reactions such as frustration, anger, and disappointment while reacting ways that make their narcissistic parents feel good about themselves. The child who succeeds at modifying their emotional reactions …

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Signs of Codependency – Am I Codependent?

  In writing the Human Magnet Syndrome books, the overriding goal was to provide explanatory and theoretical information about codependency, pathological narcissism and their dysfunctional relationship “dance.” Thousands of people have asked me to write about codependency treatment/recovery, but I have stayed resolute on my mission to answer the very important “why me?” and “what is this?” questions. My beliefs regarding the importance of explanatory information should already be quite familiar but it deserves mentioning …

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