A podcast committed to healing from codependency, narcissistic abuse, with a heavy emphasis on raising consciousness for the benefit of healing mind, body, and soul.
Do You Love to Be Loved? Break Free of Unhealthy Relationship Dynamics
Love can be complicated especially when unhealed wounds are at play outside of self awareness. It's easy to focus on the output or the return when it comes to love and keep your heart and eyes focused on what you are receiving or not receiving from another person. Whenever we focus on the outside, we lose our way and lose our alignment with the purity of the now moment. If I love you, and focus on what you are doing for me in return, then my intention is tainted because my attention on you comes with strings attached.
Unhealthy relationship dynamics can be confusing to sort out and that's why self awareness, and self accountability are so important. To be healthy in a relationship you must be willing to address in yourself the beliefs, assumptions, or behaviors you hold that might be working against your desire to be loving. Codependency is not love. It is a mask for unhealed wounds, and manifests in varied ways, one of which is to love others wishing to be loved in return.
Curious and want to hear more? Listen in as renowned Life Coach and bestselling author, Lisa A. Romano, an expert in the field of codependency and narcissistic abuse recovery, explains why and how, loving to be loved is working against your chances of developing healthy relationships.
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Inner Child Healing; Live Life Coaching with Lisa A. Romano
We all have an inner child. However, not all of us are aware of our inner child, or the unhealed wounds we have carried around with us, since childhood. Many who are on the healing path feel a calling to heal the inner void. Those not on the healing path may not and may not be aware of an inner emptiness, or perhaps they truly are fulfilled human beings. For those of us who are aware of this gaping hole in our hearts, who have carried a sense of dread with us most of our lives, are those who feel called to heal at the level of our soul, and so we throw ourselves into the fire of our own dragons.
In this podcast, you will hear Lisa A. Romano, the Breakthrough Life Coach, address members of her conscious healing community, discuss their personal breakthroughs, and how they are successfully navigating the many layers of emotional recovery.
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Codependency Isn't Sexy: Conquering Unhealthy Relationship Behaviors
Codependency in relationships isn't sexy and conquering issues related to being codependent are incredibly challenging. Codependency is often related to emotional trauma tied to childhood abandonment and neglect. Feeling invisible, uncared for and unseen arrests a child's emotional growth. Feeling abandoned, a child assumes it is their fault, which causes shame. Below the veil of consciousness, shame causes the ego to live in a defensive state, skirting around abandonment issues.
Things like people pleasing, enabling, caretaking and looking to fix others, can be tied to expectation, disappointment, anger and even rage. And because codependency is rooted in the subconscious mind, we often don't even know we are codependent until our lives become unmanageable. That is the value of podcasts such as this, and the work of renowned Life Coach and bestselling mental wellness expert Lisa A. Romano. Listen in as she helps us face the unhealthy ways in which codependency expresses itself in our relationships.
And if you are ready to breakthrough the chains of the past, Lisa's online courses can be an invaluable lifeline.
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Feeling Not Good Enough--The Problems Childhood Trauma Create
Welcome to another insightful episode of Breakdown to Breakthrough with Lisa A. Romano, where we delve into topic the fascinating of "Feeling Not Good Enough." In this episode, we explore the profound impact of childhood trauma on our self-worth and how it can lead us to seek validation from external sources. Join us as we uncover the roots of this behavior and discuss empowering strategies to break free from this cycle and cultivate a healthier sense of self.
Childhood trauma can have a lasting impact on our self-perception, often causing us to internalize feelings of inadequacy. As a result, we may find ourselves constantly seeking validation from others, looking for external sources to make us feel good enough. This pattern can manifest in various aspects of our lives including relationships,, career choices, and personal achievements. However, by understanding the connection between childhood trauma and the need for external validation, we can begin to reclaim our self-worth and break free from this detrimental cycle. By addressing the root causes of our insecurities and nurturing self-acceptance, we can embark on a journey of self-discovery and personal growth, ultimately finding fulfillment and contentment from within.
In this thought-provoking episode, we delve deep into the impact of childhood trauma on our self-esteem and the tendency to seek external validation. Join us as we explore the transformative potential of understanding and healing these wounds, allowing us to break free from the cycle of not feeling good enough. By embracing our own worthiness and cultivating self-compassion, we can pave the way for a more fulfilling and empowered life. Tune in and gain valuable insights and actionable strategies to embark on your journey towards self-acceptance and personal growth.
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Ego Mind: It's Not the Real You
Are you stuck in the wounded ego, hearing your mind tell you you're not good enough? What if I told you, your ego mind is not the real you and that the real you is waiting for you to awaken to the illusion your ego has you falsely believing in? What if the critical voice in your head was a shadow of the past; an echo of those who raised you as a child? And what if, you could develop the mental skills to raise your awareness, and consciousness to the point that you could program your mind as you desired and in alignment with the divinity you are?
The ego is a part of the mind that represents the 'I' within. It is not the real, authentic, divine you. It is the you that has been shaped by the default settings of the brain and external experiences. The real you; the authentic you is not limited by ego attachments, negative beliefs about the self, trauma or triggers. And while trauma is valid, as are trigger respones, each of these can be viewed as effects of a cause that resides in the past. The ego attaches to thoughts, beliefs, emotions and perceptions all outside detached awareness.
If you are ready to expand your awareness and level up your consciousness, this episode is for you. Lisa A. Romano, Codependency and Narcissistic Abuse Recovery Coach, breaks ego consciousness down in this episode.
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Conquer Loneliness: Expert Tips
Loneliness is common for adult children of alcoholics and those who have grown up in dysfunctional homes. As a healing adult child myself, I understand the deep-rooted struggles that individuals from toxic childhoods face, particularly when it comes to loneliness. Those who have grown up in toxic environments often struggle with forming healthy and meaningful relationships due to the lack of love, support, and emotional connection they experienced during their formative years. This can lead to a profound sense of loneliness, as they struggle to trust others and fear being hurt or abandoned once again.
Furthermore, individuals from toxic childhoods may also struggle with feelings of unworthiness and low self-esteem. The negative messages and constant criticism they received as children can leave lasting scars, making it difficult for them to believe that they are deserving of love and companionship. This self-doubt can further isolate them, creating a vicious cycle of loneliness and self-sabotage. It is essential for those who have experienced toxic childhoods to seek healing and support, as they deserve to break free from the chains of loneliness and build healthy, fulfilling relationships.
In this episode, you will learn a few of my expert tips that can help you conquer toxic loneliness.
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Thank you Lisa Ramano! I had twenty years of therapy and walked away confused and heart heavy . I found you on You Tube. A couple of years ago. And, have read a couple of your books. Because of your very clear approach to behavioral abuse , I have found a way to heal because I now know my childhood upbringing disabled me on a emotional level. But, nowadays, I’m healing in a more positive way!
So, thank you for your book
“ Co Dependent- Now What?”
It’s helping me see the truth about childhood trauma and the affects of abuse on our psyche! Thanks Cynthia Galindo 🦋SeaGali
I love Lisa! The podcast content is wonderful. However, tbh, the new change in monotone, speed and delivery is very difficult for me to listen to. I keep trying, but I can’t make it through an entire podcast at this point. I used to listen to multiple in a row. I have bought a few products from Lisa and I am satisfied.
The way you explain everything is very insightful and helpful!