#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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#279- Journey of Attachment: Believing you’re Seeking Attention But Really Creating Tension

  #279- Journey of Attachment: Believing you’re Seeking Attention But Really Creating Tension In attached relationships where you seek attention, you may actually be creating tension. Tension is a dramatic feeling—looking for what’s wrong, being pulled in a particular direction, intense chemistry, etc. Tension is fleeting, meaning if you use it to get attention, it won’t

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#200- Healthy Relationships Are Boring

#200- Healthy Relationships Are Boring The idea that healthy relationships are boring is tongue-in-cheek, but that is the perception of people whose experience comes from unhealthy relationships. Until my current “boring” relationship, all previous ones were based in drama, tension and struggle. When you see your partner as the problem (as I used to), it

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