RSN STEPS™ RECOVERY PROGRAM

RSN STEPS™ RECOVERY PROGRAM

Step 3

You must admit to God, to yourself, AND to another human being what happened.

The secrecy ends now! Though you don’t have to broadcast it.

You have sit down with someone, or on the phone, or online – and confess everything that you identified in Step 2 above.

Yes you are afraid of being judged, but you are an adult and have to do it! It will not be easy, but you will not only survive it, but feel the world lifted off of you because you did it.

What Do You Need To Do?

You have to put aside your ego, your pride, your fear, and acknowledge both your shame and past behavior.

This is very empowering, now you will have someone you can talk to and no longer have to hide behind guilt and lies. It can be in our Facebook group, a good friend, or a family member, but you have to do it!

This step helps you ease the anxiety, depression and irritability of hiding the worst parts of you and what happened. You are able to rid yourself of isolation and loneliness. You can do this.

We are trying to let you know that you are not alone, others have gone through what you have gone through. Some may not understand how or why this happened, but you can be forgiven for your shortcomings and also forgive others who have hurt you.

You must reveal your most distressing and tormenting memories about the scam to the other person. Be as honest as possible with that person and look at who you are and who you would like to become. Be vulnerable and don’t hold back, you already lost everything – your love and money – why hold back now? Accept the advice from that person with an open mind, even if you don’t agree.

You have to let go of your reservations, after all you opened up to the scammer; don’t worry about being judged for what you’ve done. This is not about them, it is about you!

It’s very important to share your most upsetting memories with the other person, so you can receive feedback and advice, support and concern. You’ll feel a huge weight lifted once you confide in another human being. This will allow you to move on with more comfort and humility.

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13 Comments

  1. John April 26, 2017 at 10:44 am - Reply

    I’m being skyped daily by a sexy white girl claiming to be in Ghana. She keeps asking for foodstuffs through Ghanamart.com , I email with her, skype with her, have seen a woman claiming to be her Mother. Her microphone does not work and her cam freezes often, however when she wants me to see her in her skimpy lingerie I can. HOW CAN I FIND OUT IF SHES A SCAM???
    It’s all just to much to believe for me… She also sent me a copy of her expired US Passport claiming she needs to renew it to come back to the US….???? Please contact me with info for my own understanding. I also have 3 phone numbers for her. I HAVE NOT YET SENT MONEY or anything to her…. It sounds way to good to be true. But I can see her on skype and it looks like she is in a very nice home or apartment probably here in the US.. LOL HELP me to understand this and whether it’s BS or could it be REAL???? Her name is Jessy Samadu… That’s on her US Passport expired in 2015.

    • Romance Scams Now Editorial Team April 27, 2017 at 3:11 am - Reply

      You are being scammers. Period.

      • John April 27, 2017 at 10:36 am - Reply

        Is there a way to find out who she really is from the Passport photo she sent me? It appears as though she is skyping with me from the US as the inside of her house is very modern and furnished extravagantly by Ghana standards. How can she skype with me live and take showers and dance if shes fake? From my knowledge there are NO WHITE GIRLS in Ghana?? How are they doing this? Can I trace her somehow?

  2. AMeucci February 7, 2017 at 5:21 pm - Reply

    Is there anyway to start alerting the people whose photos have been stolen….they are victims, too. In some cases, it seems like the pictures were collected for a period of the persons lifetime…say from teenage years on up to the forties. How horrible!

    My first scammer on the dating site Match…sent me pics of two seperate men….claiming to be the same guy. Unbelievable…and got really angry when I wrote—you look so different in these pictures…your eye and hair color and height appearl totally different. They are careless as well…scrutinize all pics even backgrounds.

    • Romance Scams Now Editorial Team February 9, 2017 at 5:02 am - Reply

      THE REAL PEOPLE DO NOT WANT TO BE CONTACTED BY OTHER VICTIMS. THEY ARE WELL AWARE THEIR PHOTOS WERE USED. WE AND OTHER GROUPS HAVE ALREADY ALERTED THEM.

  3. Dree February 7, 2017 at 7:15 am - Reply

    Please join the class action suit against Facebook…Also if you reside in the USA…Report scams to the FTC.

  4. JAYNE HIGGINS October 20, 2016 at 4:00 pm - Reply

    My experience of online dating scams led to my inspiration to write a book to give me (the victim) a happy ending if only in a fictional context! It is dedicated to women everywhere and the need for us to be there for each other and it is getting very good reviews as detailed below.

    Well I finished Exactly 23 days and I Absofuckinglutelylovedit! Not my usual sort of read but it had me gripped. The ending OMG! Seriously, I read it every spare minute I had. I couldn’t put it down. Bit bloody clever you are! When’s the next one out Jayne because I really loved it. Seriously. Brilliant. It put a smile on my face and a lump in my throat, on several occasions. Well done you. Get back to that desk of yours and pen a new one. NOW. (male 40’s Oct 2016)

    Exactly 23 days is available from https://completelynovel.com/books/exactly-23-days, Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Goggle Books.

  5. Julie Loranger October 10, 2016 at 1:59 am - Reply

    I was wondering if this person is for real details are: Ryan Rangers/ E7 Sergeant First Class at Army
    Has never requested anything but did say that he could not go leave from deployment unless someone
    like a wife, fiancée , signed for him. I then read on a site about some military protocol. Me thinks
    it is just a little lie, what do you think? Why are we so naïve.

    • Julie Loranger October 11, 2016 at 11:33 am - Reply

      Don’t need the comment, I researched myself. Romance scammer. WE need to educate ourselves about who we are friends with on FB, as well as any other dating sites. Above all stay vigilant.
      God Bless Julie. L.

  6. who cares May 15, 2016 at 7:21 pm - Reply

    You have to forgive the scammer?

    Thats exactly what they afterward requested from me too. Yet later on trying to even rip more munah.

    No! I tell you what to do here. You set an example in revenge that beats all the actions what they served to the victims before and share it right to their family clan audience on social media. The more doing it, the faster it will stop.

    • Romance Scams Now Editorial Team May 15, 2016 at 11:38 pm - Reply

      Anger makes you stupid. You were already dumb enough to be scammed in the first place, making one bad decision after another is not a great way to go. And how would you get revenge on someone that lives half a world away? You can deal with your situation or not, that is a choice.

      It takes no courage to rant, hiding behind Google is easy. It takes courage to face yourself and move on!

      • Elina Juusola-Halonen May 24, 2016 at 4:27 am - Reply

        I agree with this. How can you even try to have revenge on someone that is not there. It is a fake profile you would be taking revenge on. A better way would be to set the scammer aside, and deal with your own problem, whatever it is that has made you vulnerable in the first place? This does not have to be something where you bash yourself. It can be something that starts the healing process for you. Maybe start a daily journal and record your feelings and your dreams. You will be surprised to find that you might have the answer there already..

  7. Elina Juusola May 8, 2016 at 6:49 pm - Reply

    HI Tim, and the team. This is certainly a really STRONG program. Quite scary, at times, but I am sure that it will help to start a recovery for a person who is lost in the thrones of understanding the scam he/she is involved in. I have written a book called ‘Love on the Line’ and through that experience of writing out my story, learning to understand the relationships between the world we live in and the scamming phenomena and believing in that we now can re-create our own ‘happy ending’ with no blame or self-beating involved, we can start the long recovery process. I think that it is a lot about forgiving yourself also. Thank you for the program. I will share it around, Warmly Elina Juusola

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