#215- Journey of Attachment: Over-giving and Over-performing

#215- Journey of Attachment: Over-giving and Over-performing Insecurely attached people tend to over-perform and over-compensate for the lack of value they feel inside. They think they have to work extra hard, running the race backwards, in order earn love and attention. This goes beyond people-pleasing. It’s a drive to show someone you’re worth it, needing […]

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#213- Journey of Attachment: Closure Is An Illusion

  #213- Journey of Attachment: Closure Is An Illusion When a relationship ends, people say they want “closure,” but what does that even mean? What specifically are they looking for? They THINK they emotionally let go, but they still hang on to the hope of some kind of resolution. Unfortunately there’s no such thing as […]

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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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