The soulmate of your dreams doesn’t have to be the cellmate of your nightmares.
By Ross Rosenberg and Lisa Romano
Difficult relationships can be devastating. And once you exit one, you want to make sure you don’t head right into another. Banishing fear and finding courage to heal or recover from codependency can lead the way to happier, healthier, more fulfilling relationships, and perhaps help to find—and keep—the partner of your dreams. Psychotherapist and Good Men Project author Ross Rosenberg now refers to codependency as Self-Love Deficit Disorder, and he has done a great deal of work helping clients break the cycle of codependent attachments. According to Ross, “the replacement term, ‘Self-Love Deficit Disorder’ or SLDD takes the stigma and misunderstanding out of codependency and places the focus on the core shame that perpetuates it.” Inherent in the term itself is the recognition of the core problem of codependency, as well as the solution.
On February 13, Ross Rosenberg and a professional colleague, Lisa Romano will be presenting together at the webinar Banishing Fear: Finding the Courage to Heal from Codependency, in which they will share their cutting-edge relationship discoveries and information while interacting with each other and webinar participants. According to Lisa, her primary aim in her work is to “assist people conquer their limiting, unconscious beliefs about self; the ones they were programmed to believe when they were little and impressionable.” In the webinar, Ross and Lisa will be focusing on how and why fear and anxiety is enemy number one to successful codependency recovery and one’s ability to find healthy and lasting true love.
Ross Rosenberg and Lisa Romano, are two internationally renowned experts in their respective fields, and they have jointly and lovingly crafted a potentially life-changing event that focuses on codependency/Self-Love Deficit Disorder and trauma recovery. Both are best-selling authors. Rosenberg has written The Human Magnet Syndrome: Why We Love People Who Hurt Us, and Romano has penned The Road Back to Me. Their 262 combined YouTube videos have been viewed over 4.5 million times. The topics that Rosenberg and Romano address in both the upcoming events and their work should be familiar to anyone who is in or has been in a dysfunctional relationship.
Ross Rosenberg: The Fear Barrier to Codependency Recovery
- “Codependency” No More—Introducing Self-Love Deficit Disorder (SLDD)
- Digging deeper to the real cause of codependency
- Trauma resolution is the key to codependency recovery
- Fear and anxiety are major obstacles to codependency recovery
- Discovering core shame is frightening
- Finding the courage to be vulnerable
- Pathological Loneliness is Codependency Addiction’s withdrawal symptom
Lisa A. Romano: The Freezing Function of Core Shame
- Why should we fear narcissists? Why is it we struggle so much with having boundaries?
- Why do we lack self-love?
- Finding the courage to confront our fears
- What is the beginning point of the healing journey?
- Never Forget Who You Really Are—Seek Your Higher Self
- Setting Boundaries with Narcissists Is Tough
In addition, on February 26 Ross Rosenberg will be offering a live 6-hour seminar entitled The Codependency Cure: Self-Love Deficit Disorder in the Chicago area for people who want to learn about healing and growing into more complete self-loving, self-caring and self-respecting individuals.
For more information about Ross Rosenberg and Lisa Romano, visit AdvancedClinicalTrainers.com.
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