#382- Believing Your Kids Won’t Love You… Because You Don’t Love You

#382- Believing Your Kids Won’t Love You… Because You Don’t Love You Are you insecure about your parenting—wondering if you’re doing a not so great job? If you grew up insecurely attached without a lot of self-love, you probably fear that you will unwittingly insert your old patterns and beliefs into your kids. And no

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#309- Journey of Attachment: Why You Don’t Trust Yourself

#309- Journey of Attachment: Why You Don’t Trust Yourself People who are insecurely attached have trouble trusting themselves because they got negative reinforcement for their choices as a kid: punishment, neglect, etc. If this is you, you are constantly looking for clues about what you’re “supposed” to do, needing reassurance around every step you make. You

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Surviving to Thriving: Bill Wooditch

Surviving to Thriving: Overcoming My Darkest Moment Bill Wooditch In this episode of “Surviving to Thriving: Overcoming My Darkest Moment,” I talk with best-selling author, speaker and business owner, Bill Wooditch. Bill grew up in the backwoods of Western Pennsylvania where his mom had a singular goal: get her kids out of their dead-end factory town.

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#304- But Disappointment Might Kill Me!

#304- But Disappointment Might Kill Me! Do you have a laundry list of emotions you think you can’t handle? Maybe you think you’ll be swallowed up by criticism, negative emotions, loneliness or loss—loss of a partner, status, money, job, etc. The overarching theme in all of this is disappointment. People avoid disappointment all the time because

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