A Poem: Codependent Love. By Ross Rosenberg

Codependent Love Codependent love is illogical, transient and shapeless. It resists definition. Defies explanation. Good, bad, healthy, dysfunctional, long-term or fleeting. Here, there and nowhere It is just what it is. It is paradoxical. Pain beckoning hope. Sly like a fox. Pretending to be big, happy and permanent. It’s like a shiny new diamond Larger […]

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Codependency Anorexia: Are You Starving Yourself from Love

Codependency Anorexia: Are You Starving Yourself from Love? 10 Steps to Vulnerable but Healthy & Safe Love  After relationship trauma, some people shut down love. Ross Rosenberg outlines 10 steps for finding love that is vulnerable but also healthy and safe. Codependency Anorexia occurs when a codependent surrenders to their life-long relationship pattern to destructive […]

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Understanding Why Opposites Attract: The Internet Dating Edge. Match.com Consultant Helen Fisher

Understanding Why Opposites Attract: The Internet Dating Edge           This expert panel discusses why caregivers and care needers are automatically attracted to each other. This dynamic is crucial to understand when seeking a perfectly matched online partner, i.e. through Match.com or Eharmony.com. In extremes, why codependents and pathological narcissists complete the […]

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The “Surgeon General’s” Warning for Codependency Recovery. The Codependency Cure Book Excerpt.

The “Surgeon General’s” Warning for Codependency Recovery. By Ross Rosenberg, M.Ed., LCPC, CADC, CSAT From the Upcoming Book, The Codependency Cure: Breaking Free From Narcissists Codependency recovery has the capacity to change your life.  My writings and YouTube videos are intended to inspire, motivate and guide you on a journey to solve and overcome the […]

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Codependents Can be Manipulators. Categorizing Codependency – Active vs. Passive. Expert

A New Codependency Category: Active versus Passive Codependents. Codependency Sub-types Codependency is a problematic relationship orientation which involves the relinquishing of power and control to individuals who are either addicted or who have one of the three emotional manipulation personality disorders. In other words, codependents habitually find themselves in relationships with egotistic, self-centered, selfish, and/or […]

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