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The 5 conditions for secure attachment
11 Jun 2021
There are 18 Early Maladaptive Schemas that generally form as a result of repeated toxic experiences in childhood or adolescence.
Attachment Theory •
11 Jun 2021
16 Aug 2021
Practicing positive psychology can help you to build upon your strengths, increase your self-esteem, and improve your relationships.
11 Aug 2021
Not every close relationship we form is an attachment relationship...and not everyone we love is an attachment figure.
8 Aug 2021
Self-regulation means that you manage your emotions and actions in regard to what you want in the long-run. Basically, it means think before you act. This means understanding what triggers you in your relationships.
30 Jul 2021
Understanding how to self regulate your emotions is an essential skill. However, having avoidant attachment may impact your ability to do so.
23 Jul 2021
Understanding how to self regulate our emotions and actions is an essential skill to develop. If you are working towards “earned secure attachment”, think of this as a milestone on that path.
19 Jul 2021
Insecure attachment develops if a child feels that their needs are not met.
7 Jun 2021
The fearful avoidant attachment is thought to be the most difficult. Sadly, this attachment style is often seen in children that have experienced trauma or abuse.
2 Jun 2021
Anxious avoidant attachment typically develops in the first 18 months of life. During this formative period, a child’s caregiver may have been emotionally unavailable to them most of the time.
25 May 2021
Anxious ambivalent attachment typically develops in children whose caregiver may have acted nurturing and responsive one minute and unavailable or insensitive the next.
21 May 2021
A secure attachment style forms through a special type of bond between children and their caregivers.
23 Mar 2021
Have you ever wondered how attachment style tests are measured? Or whether the test you are completing is actually reliable?
25 Feb 2021
The focus of Schema Therapy is on the treatment of chronic, pervasive, and long-standing dysfunctional behavioral patterns.
16 Feb 2021
Breakups are not an easy or pleasant part of our journeys. And yet, it’s exactly those tough moments in our lives that help us grow and learn.
We offer 6 ways to change your mindset to get over your heartbreak once and for all.
5 Jan 2021
The most common traps you might fall into when you first discover attachment theory.
13 Sep 2020
Attachment styles play a role in the way we approach and experience sex.
24 Jul 2020
Attachment styles can affect the way we perform in the workplace - mainly because our work environments include social dynamics.
2 Jul 2020
People who have developed this type of attachment are self-content, easy to connect with and are able to express their feelings.
Research has identified four main attachment styles: anxious / preoccupied, dismissive / avoidant, disorganized and secure.
Parents who are strict, emotionally unavailable and expect their child to be independent usually raise a child with avoidant attachment.
In adulthood, people with this attachment style are extremely inconsistent in their behavior and have a hard time trusting others.
Low self-esteem, strong fear of rejection or abandonment, and clinginess in relationships are common signs of this attachment style.
18 May 2020
We will discuss a few aspects of emotional growth, based on the work of Harvard Medical School’s Associate Professor Dr. Daniel P. Brown.
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