Attachment Theory: What Is It? And How Can It Help Your Relationship? Part 1 of 3
We are back and cannot wait to have this conversation on Attachment! Attachment theory discusses the emotional bond between two people, and based primarily on early childhood experiences, discusses the way partners express their needs and show up in their relationships. The four main styles are: secure, anxious, avoidant, or disorganized.
So what are these attachment styles and what do they mean? How do you show up and relate to your partner? How does your partner relate to you? Do you ever experience a push/pull and cannot figure out why?
On today's show Dr. Chelsea Page, DHS, LPC, MS, is back for a three part series on Attachment: What it is, how to identify your style and your partners, and ways to change styles as well. This is a MUST for anyone struggling with relationships, their partner, or wanting to know more about how to find and feel better in love.
Welcome Back Family!
Learn more and sign up for Dr. Chelsea's 'Amour' 3 week live program to building emotional intimacy HERE
For more about Dr. Chelsea and the Intentional Intimacy Women's Group visit her website: drchelseapage.com
Related Shows on Lucia at Night:
Attachment Theory: What’s Your Attachment Style and Your Partners? Part 2 of 3
Attachment Theory: How To Change Your Attachment Style! Part 3 of 3
Want to listen to the podcast instead? Listen to this episode HERE
Dr. Chelsea, DHS, LPC, MS is an Intimacy & Women’s Empowerment Expert and therapy-informed Coach passionate about working with women who are ready to break free from the need to be everything to everyone and being their full authentic self. A reformed people-pleaser, perfectionist and overachiever herself, Dr. Chelsea is ready to help you step into confidence and connection with yourself and in your relationship.
Through her addictive-like-your-morning-coffee blog and her support for women in her free women’s Facebook group, online coaching and Women’s Guide to Intentional Intimacy Online Course, she guides you into living a heart-centered life using intentional intimacy — while making it all feel totally easy and doable.
When she’s not helping women around the globe, you can find her indulging in another book (or three) from the stack by her bed, on a long walk with her pups, or out on the town with her husband Paul for their weekly date-night.
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