IT’S NOT ABOUT ME, IT’S ABOUT YOU! A Self-Love Recovery Institute Retreat Exercise. Expert

This video introduces The It’s Not About Me, It’s About You Technique. It is a creative solution in managing one’s insecure and self-love deficit driven thoughts and self-analysis.  Unfortunately, too many people assume what ever angers, disappoints, or annoys another person is their fault.  Codependents, or those with Self-Love Deficit Disorder, especially beat themselves up […]

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Ross Rosenberg’s Media Kit – Professional Summary

TO VIEW ROSS ROSENBERG’S MEDIA KIT CLICK HERE unified media kit 4-16-17   TEXT VERSION ABOUT ROSS ROSENBERG, M.Ed., LCPC, CADC, CSAT Ross Rosenberg has been a psychotherapist since 1988. He is a distinguished international speaker, writer, trainer, consultant, and expert in the addiction/sex addiction codependency, narcissism, and trauma fields. He owns Clinical Care Consultants, a […]

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When Selfish Is Actually Self-Love.

  WHEN “SELFISH” IS REALLY GOOD It is GOOD for SLD’s (Self-Love Deficients or codependents) to be selfish. It is like learning to ride a bike. Doing something for yourself and not caring what people think is a dangerous proposition.  “Selfish,” therefore is good. The problem is the voices in your head have been lying […]

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Gaslighting Is Everywhere!

For more information  about the webinar, click HERE.   To register for the webinar or to purchase the video click HERE. Gaslighting Is Everywhere! Gaslighting is a brainwashing strategy perpetrated by highly manipulative narcissists who live secretly and undetected in our society.  Like child molesters seeking prey, gaslighters have a keen eye for spotting vulnerable […]

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Pseudo Narcissism / Kid in a Candy Store Phenomenon

  Pseudo Narcissism / Kid in a Candy Store Phenomenon Ross Rosenberg Through SLDD recovery and the attainment of Self-Love Abundance, the SLA (Self-Love Abundant) is finally allowed and free to manifest the version of themselves – the person who they always should have been, but never knew existed.  A fitting analogy is a “kid […]

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