#335- Journey of Attachment: Do You Love ‘em And Leave ‘em?

#335- Journey of Attachment: Do You Love ‘em And Leave ‘em? Have you ever gotten to the point in a relationship where you can’t stand things anymore? Maybe it’s a past relationship—or something you’re going through right now. No matter what you do or how much effort you put in, nothing changes, yet you hope your […]

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#334- Abandoning Everything For The Next Bright Shiny Object

#334- Abandoning Everything For The Next Bright Shiny Object Do you feel restless in some area of your life? Maybe you’re avoiding something. And instead of focusing on what you’re avoiding, you direct your attention toward some bright shiny object you believe is the answer. All your effort is put in that direction—you’ve figured it out! […]

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#331- Journey of Attachment: How Avoidants Try To Avoid Pain

#331- Journey of Attachment: How Avoidants Try To Avoid Pain Avoidants avoid—that’s what they do! And when they try to avoid pain, they remain stuck in a state of struggle (although they don’t know they’re in struggle). If you are an avoidant, your emotions are often left unbothered and undisturbed. You may go through life believing […]

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#327- Journey of Attachment: Who Was the Avoidant in Sex and the City? (Hint, All of Them)

#327- Journey of Attachment: Who Was the Avoidant in Sex and the City? (Hint, All of Them) Our idea of healthy relationships is skewed by TV shows, rom coms and even classic literature that reinforces fantasy. They highlight the highs and lows of relationships, romanticizing drama. Women, in particular, wait for their prince charming, dismissing anyone […]

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#325- Journey of Attachment: My Whole Relationship Is On The Phone

#325- Journey of Attachment: My Whole Relationship Is On The Phone Technology has become a crutch for people to hide behind. It’s a haven for Avoidants! Of course technology can be used in a healthy way, but when used to hide, it becomes problematic. Suddenly the rules for engagement are super important: “I can’t call first,” […]

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