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Loving Yourself After Codependency and Narcissistic Abuse-Brain Exercises



Loving yourself after codependency and narcissistic abuse is a learning process. Because we do not know how to love the self, in recovery we must embrace the process loving the self is.

Codependency is the result of stored negative childhood programs in the brain. Healing will require us to stay as conscious as possible on the healing journey. In this video I will discuss how I use brain training exercises to help me stay out of my negative childhood patterns.

Children of narcissistic parents, who are now suffering with codependency symptoms, may be struggling to learn how to love themselves after narcissistic abuse. Narcissists tend to attract people pleasers, or codependent personalities. Because codependents are eager to please, because they seek outside validation, they are easy targets for narcissistic lovers, and friends.

It is not easy to learn how to love yourself after narcissistic abuse, but with the right codependency recovery tools it is possible. It is even possible to find love after codependency.

Lisa A. Romano is a Certified Life Coach, bestselling author, and mentor. She is also the creator of the expert praised 12 Week Breakthrough Coaching Program.

Her books are;
The Road Back To Me
My Road Beyond The Codependent Divorce
Codependent Now What? It’s Not You-It’s Your Programming
Loving the Self Affirmations 1 & 2
Quantum Tools To Help You Heal Your Life Now

To learn more about Lisa A. Romano please visit https://www.lisaaromano.com

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https://www.lisaaromano.com/downloads

Books
https://www.lisaaromano.com/books

Blog
https://www.lisaaromano.com/blog

12 Week Program
https://www.lisaaromano.com/12-week-breakthrough-coaching-program

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20 Comments

  • Bluebutterflycr

    Thank you so much for your vídeos, work and energy. They have been extremely helpful I'm thankful. I want to add that yoga can be extremely helpful, the chakras get activated and there are many crossing legs and arms excercises plus much more

  • Cathy Anne

    It's interesting…I've changed this year…I asked for a divorce Feb. 14, 2016 (I just couldn't be false one…more…time after 26 years). I notice I have been gravitating toward solutions – loving myself, rather than diagnosing/defining and re-diagnosing my awful abusive narcissistic soon to be ex-husband (which I'm glad I did, but I'm through it now…toward healing). I'm gravitating toward your healing videos.  Amen to getting off Facebook.  Amen to all of it.  I love you, dear Lisa.  This is my year, and I will listen again.  I want so much to heal.  I believe I can.  I will use your advise.  And the love from my Higher Power, and the love for myself. xoxo

  • Amanda Borup

    thank you!!! I just found your videos. I am so greatful! I have been this way my entire life & no one has been able to help me. I've tried counseling for years & nothing has helped. I've lost everyone I've ever cared about because of my so called crazy. But now I can educate & fix myself thanks to you. I am forever greatful!

  • Kalina Cruz

    I love this lady she's a God send . And may her life continually be blessed as she keeps blessings others with her knowledge,experience and straight forward no sugar coating to the point coaching and teaching and guiding wisdom💕💫

  • Virginia Bassett

    Today is 10/18/16 – and YES, this is my best year ever!!! Going thru divorce and a one year marriage to a narcissist that also grew up with alcoholism in his family. Your book, The Road Back to Me, wow! That whole book…I could identify with it with my entire life; I could even here how his family used the name calling you went thru as a child bc he used it with me and my 14 year old daughter as well as his grandchildren! I am very thankful for my journey back to me through your teachings and healing. Thank you, thank you, THANK YOU for all that you do! Va 🙂

  • Antoinette Brosset

    Lisa you are so right about Facebook. I have two frenemies whom I have discovered are covert narcs. I started noticing that they use Facebook in passive-aggressive ways. When I started backing off my relationship with each of them they each stopped liking my posts. They do not know each other but they both use their narcissist playbook in the same manner. Each started posting pictures with other friends and avoided liking anything and everything I posted. I continued liking their posts depending on the post but all the while avoiding any other interaction. Now two months later they are both liking and loving every single post of mine. Clearly they are trying to lure me back since I no longer give a rat's ass what they each think!! Observing their behavior is comical to me now that I am completely detached from those two narcisstic twats!!

  • Molly Ringwerm

    I need to share a true story that happened to me that has been haunting me, recently. I took my (narc) husband into a couple's session with MY individual counselor. I don't remember at what point or what concept, but I was overcome with sadness and started to deeply sob. My (EX) counselor tried to get my attention for me to stop, and apparently I didn't respond quickly enough. So when I didn't immediately lift my head up during a wave of immense pain, he called me "pathetic" in front of my husband. This was over a year ago, and I can't even remember telling anyone. I've been binge-watching your videos lately, and I can't tell you how much it's meant to me. The psychology world needs tighter regulations and monitoring, bc a lot of people shouldn't be able to walk around with licenses, just to pull ridiculous scare tactic stunts and god knows what else.

  • Mary K

    Lisa I just want you to know your videos have pulled me back from the edge of giving up. Your videos are actually life saving for me and I am sure many others. Thank you sweet dear one for giving so much to help so many. Hugs

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