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Fearful-Avoidant Attachment Styles Ep: 116

What To Do About The Fearful-Avoidant Attachment Styles



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What to Expect This Episode:


High conflict relationships come in all shapes and sizes. Many of them involve a divorce, either a divorce that’s underway or one that you’ve recently gone through.


The tactics and tools we’re sharing with you to use during a divorce can be used in any high-conflict relationship. Divorcing somebody with a personality disorder is one of the toughest things you’ll ever go through. It can spin out of control in a heartbeat.


You can easily stagger from something that’s difficult into something that’s a full-blown disaster. But there are common-sense steps you can take to soften the blows. These steps give you a proven strategy. You can quickly turn your weakness into strength, your fear into courage and your uncertainty into confidence. No matter how cruelly you are being treated, this strategy will change things for the better. We’ve seen these changes for the better take place again and again with our coaching clients. You can use this strategy right away to make your own situation easier to deal with.


Let’s look at how you can successfully navigate through a high-conflict divorce.


In this podcast you’ll discover…

Why you need a strategy when you divorce somebody with a personality disorder. How to soften the blows of all the emotional terrorism you’re subjected to.

How to be intentional and why this is so helpful.

What to do when there are kids.


Why not carve out a few minutes to join us for this important podcast? Please make yourself comfortable, find a peaceful spot and get this valuable information. xoxo Kierstyn and Tiffany


 

Listener Favorite Moments:


[8:10-13:22]-Characteristics of fearful avoidant, where it comes from, tendency to end up in abusive relationships.

[13:05-14:30]-tend to end up in abusive relationships due to repeating pattern from childhood…you do what you know, unless you seek help.

[17:35-18:45]- Feels like tug of war…anxious and then pushes them away. The appearance of little respect for partner. The connection between BPD and fearful-avoidant.

[23:08-23:55]-Healing the traumatic pieces around childhood to help move to a more secure attachment style.

[24:53-25:33]-If you’re the more secure partner with a fearful-avoidant, be aware of not jumping in to rescue/care take, or self abandon.


 


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