#389- Journey of Attachment: Deciding to Be Okay Staying in a Dysfunctional Relationship

#389- Journey of Attachment: Deciding to Be Okay Staying in a Dysfunctional Relationship You’re in a dysfunctional relationship that isn’t making you happy. Your partner doesn’t treat you the way you want, so you’re always complaining and thinking about leaving. But you fear being alone; maybe your lifestyle would drastically change if you were to […]

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#375- Journey of Attachment: Liars, Cheaters and Lack of Trust

#375- Journey of Attachment: Liars, Cheaters and Lack of Trust You don’t trust your partner. He/she is lying and cheating… or you’re afraid they are. Maybe you have an ex who cheated on you so you are hyper-aware of certain behavior. Like if you see your partner acting flirty with someone, which sends you into […]

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#371- Journey of Attachment: I’ve Been Working on Myself Forever and Still Attract Jerks

#371- Journey of Attachment: I’ve Been Working on Myself Forever and Still Attract Jerks You’ve done some work on yourself and have achieved a certain level of self-awareness, yet your relationship status doesn’t reflect that. Each time you dip your toe back into dating to see if things have changed, you say, “Yep, just as unsuccessful […]

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#367- Journey of Attachment: Stop Fighting Your Attachment

#367- Journey of Attachment: Stop Fighting Your Attachment When insecurely attached to someone, you probably react to them in one of three ways (depending on your mood or day of the week): wanting to run away screaming, clinging like a piece of moss or numbing yourself so you don’t feel much of anything. This back-and-forth […]

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#355- Journey of Attachment: Making a Decision? Fear is Not the Place to Start

#355- Journey of Attachment: Making a Decision? Fear is Not the Place to Start For many people, fear motivates their decision-making; particularly the fear of loss. They think choosing this way will somehow circumvent struggle, but it just entrenches them further. Coming from fear always costs more than coming from happiness, peace or love. So why […]

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