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By Lisa A. Romano, 04/23/2017 - 07:07

Codependency--The Challenge to Be Me

For most of my life, I struggled with self-worth. I did not truly believe I was worthy of love, understanding, acceptance, kindness, or appreciation. In the back of my mind was a core belief that sounded something like, "Nobody really likes you or loves you. You're not good. You're not smart. You're not pretty. You're not funny. Why would anyone want to love you? It's your job to prove to others you are good enough and when they finally say that you are good enough, then maybe you will be.

By Lisa A. Romano, 04/12/2017 - 11:56

Lisa A. Romano's Master Class Registration Going On Now

For many on the spiritual path, it is just a matter of time before we happen upon the law of attraction. It seems inevitable for those of us who seek deep meaning to life, to eventually discover the desire to understand how the universe really works and what laws are at play. We wish to understand, so that we can better help ourselves create the most out of our life experiences while here in our physical bodies. On some logical level, we all understand that the day will come when each of us shall perish. Well, at least our physical bodies will perish.

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By Lisa A. Romano, 04/08/2017 - 06:24

Why Are We Here?

On the road to recovery, many of us undoubtedly end up asking ourselves, "What's this all about anyway? Why the hell have I been born? Why the heck is there so much human suffering? I mean, what's the point of being born?"

As I began to become more aware of what was really happening in my life and I understood that for many years I was simply asleep, I found myself recycling back to the question, "Why are we all here?" It seemed the more conscious I became the more deeply I needed to understand the divine purpose for human creation at it's core.

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By Lisa A. Romano, 04/02/2017 - 06:24
Breakthroughs Require Breakthroughs

Want a Breakthrough? You Have To Claim It First

So many of us have been taught to believe we are not good enough. For some, the emotion of fear may have been triggered early on and quite possibly even in utero. The limbic brain is wired to avoid pain and to seek pleasure. Anything that causes a growing fetus to experience a threat to harmony and peace will be registered as pain. Humans are being downloaded long before we are able to walk.

By Lisa A. Romano, 01/31/2017 - 07:33

Family Today With Maria Mirkovich

On February 2nd, 2017 please tune in to watch Lisa A. Romano and Maria Mirkovich as they discuss how dysfunctional childhood programming brainwashes children to become adults who suffer from low self-worth and a lack of identity. Family Today with Lisa A. Romano will air at 7 pm est. on channel 34 (FIOS) and channel 81 (Time Warner Cable now called Spectrum). A special thank you to Maria Mirkovich and her assistant Gina who made my visit to the network very enjoyable. I felt extremely welcomed.

Here is a link to the show.

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By Lisa A. Romano, 01/30/2017 - 08:07
Live Brunch, Workshop, and Coaching

Join Me Live February 25th, 2017 Live Workshop, Coaching, and Brunch

Hi Dear Ones!

On February 25th, 2017 I will be hosting a live workshop and brunch in Long Island, New York. I will also be doing live coaching for brave volunteers. Any questions you have, I will be answering and helping you to understand.

If you are interested in learning more about childhood programming, and how when we were children we were programmed to deny the self, this workshop is for you.

By Lisa A. Romano, 09/15/2016 - 05:57

Women Who Are Afraid Of Men Have A Right To Be

I want to thank one of the members of my 12 Week Breakthrough Codependency Coaching Program for giving me such a great topic to write about. It seems she is concerned that because she is 'afraid of men', that perhaps she will never attract the kind of man she truly desires.  I wanted to expand on this topic because it is so relevant, especially to wounded adult children who have been abused in childhood.

By Lisa A. Romano, 09/14/2016 - 09:03
Codependency and Covert Abuse

Codependency and Covert Abuse

For anyone who is struggling with codependency, you know all too well how difficult it is to walk away from a relationship, even when the relationship is toxic. Codependents have been conditioned to unconsciously fear being alone, and will often times do just about anything to maintain even the most horrendous of relationships. An insidious aspect of many dysfunctional codependent relationships occurs when covert abuse is at play. Ever have a partner call you a filthy name and then turn around in the next moment and ask you what movie you would like to go see?

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