There are four basic attachment styles. 

 

Secure, anxious, avoidant and fearful.

 

The benefit of knowing which attachment style you resonate with the most is the reward of self-knowledge.

This self-knowledge can help you avoid hurtful relationships and make your existing ones even better.

 

Please join us for this special podcast. 

 

 

If you’ve ever wondered why you want to be close to someone but push them away because you’re afraid of getting hurt…

If you’ve ever been hesitant to open up and share your emotions…

 

And if you’ve ever wondered what might be holding you back from enjoying the kind of relationship you know is possible…

 

Let’s spend a few minutes together.  Let’s look at these attachment styles so you can better understand some of the things happening in your life.

What Are
The 4 Attachment Styles?

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Should I Stay
or Should I Go?

Should I stay in this relationship, choose to recommit, and figure
out what needs to change, or should I end this relationship and give myself permission to leave and heal on my own?

If you are asking any of these questions, this 4 week clarity intensive is for you

Our

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Moments:

[2:15-3:11] attachment template can evolve and change based on experiences and may differ between relationships

[15:47-17:35] No shame on your your parents for insecure style...insecure attachment styles does not = bad parents/caregivers

[8:15-9:21] Wonderful parents, perfectionism played a role and carried into marriage

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