Passing The Codependency Baton – How Codependency & Narcissism Moves Forward Generationally

TO WATCH THE VIDEO: CLICK HERE This is the first of a series of ten schedule videos that will be posted weekly that will highlight sections of my new book, “The Human Magnet Syndrome: The Codependent Narcissist Trap.” This video introduces Chapter 1: “Passing the Codependency Baton.” More specifically, it talks about the virus like […]

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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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Articles Written by Author Ross Rosenberg

Explaining Why Opposites Attract (The Continuum of Self Theory) The Dance Between Codependents and Narcissists Reinventing Codependency/Recovering From Self-Love Deficit Disorder Unmasking Your Counterfeit Friend, The Covert Narcissist Codependents Also Hurt Their Children Paleotherapy and Invisible Trauma: 11 Tips to Heal Tinder and Human Nature  The ‘Golden Rule’ of the Helping Professions Shame Excavation (Unearthing […]

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Free Yourself with The Four Stages of Codependency Recovery.

Free One Hour Webinar Free Yourself with The Four Stages of Codependency Recovery Ross Rosenberg, M.Ed., LCPC, CADC, CSAT Candidate     Expert codependency psychotherapist, writer, and professional trainer, Ross Rosenberg presents his compact and revolutionary 4-stage codependency treatment model and his “Surgeon General’s” Codependency Recovery Warning. Both were developed as a direct result of […]

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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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