Should I Leave My Alcoholic Husband?

Should I Leave My Alcoholic Husband?

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Published on May 1, 2012

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The Doomed Relationship. The Codependent/Narcissist Relationship Dance

The Doomed Relationship. The Codependent/Narcissist Relationship Dance. Codependency Narcissism

By Ross Rosenberg, M.Ed., LCPC, CADC

Published on Jun 9, 2013

In Ross’s seminar, Codependents and Emotional Manipulators: Understanding the Attraction, he shares his ideas and his essay about the “codependent/emotional manipulator dance. He also reads his essay, Codependency, Don’t Dance! This essay was the inspiration of both the seminar and his book, The Human Magnet Syndrome.

In Ross’s book, The Human Magnet Syndrome: Why We Love People Who Hurt Us, he introduces a new psychological theory describing the irresistible love attraction between opposite personality types: Codependents and Emotional Manipulators. These relationships are “perfectly” dysfunctionally balanced.

Emotional Manipulators are pathological narcissists and Codependents are pathological givers and caretakers. When both are attracted to each other, they are magnetically and irresistibly drawn into romantic relationships, not so much by what they see, feel and think, but more by an invisible and irresistible force – the Human Magnet Syndrome

Codependents Also Hurt Their Children

Codependents Also Hurt Their Children. They Share Responsibility. Not Innocent. Expert

By Ross Rosenberg, M.Ed., LCPC, CADC

Published on Oct 1, 2013

In this training segment, Ross Rosenberg addresses the codependent parent’s responsibility in the harm caused to their children. This segment comes from the 6 hour training DVD, Codependents and Emotional Manipulators: Understanding the Attraction. It is also included in Ross’s book, The Human Magnet Syndrome, both of which are available at www.HumanMagnetSyndrome.com

How & Why We Became a Codependent

How & Why We Became a Codependent. We Develop Codependency in Our Childhood. Origins. Explanation

By Ross Rosenberg, M.Ed., LCPC, CADC

Published on September 11, 2013

The eventual manifestation of codependency is directly connected to early childhood psychological damage perpetrated by a child’s emotional manipulator parent. Emotional manipulators (extreme narcissists) are typically neglectful of their child’s basic emotional needs, as their narcissism prevents them from truly understanding and knowing how to unconditionally love and nurture their children. The child’s ability to successfully cope with his/her parent’s narcissism will transform into an adult codependency.

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Music   “The Great Pretender” by The Platters

Codependency & Loneliness

Codependency & Loneliness: Why Codependents Stay with Narcissists. Lonely Hurts!

Published on April 4, 2015

April 4, 2015. Ross Rosenberg, M.Ed., LCPC, CADC, CSAT, discusses how and why codependency and loneliness are connected. He also explains why trauma resolution is indelibly linked to long-term codependency recovery. Moreover, he discusses how loneliness is the primary affective state that keeps a codependents from finding healthy romantic relationship or keeps them stuck in them. The content of this video will be included in his upcoming book: The Codependency Cure: Breaking Free from the Narcissist

https://youtu.be/whjDeFZDEUk