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Attachment Science & Getting to the Root Of A Couple’s Problems – Episode 261

By Jayson
November 13, 2019

Want to help couples better? Want to learn about the real issue in your partnership? This interview will shed some serious light on what’s below all the surface fights. If you like attachment science, you’ll love this one.

Here are a few of the highlights:

Shownotes:

  • (3:45) Introduction Sue Johnson
  • (19:30) Sue’s experience of attachment in a community
  • (21:39) Reading emotional cues in relationships to find problems
  • (30:35) Helping couples by showing them their own dynamics when fighting
  • (39:25) Understanding love through attachment science
  • (42:10) How EFT (Emotionally Focused Therapy) can help you
  • (48:10) Final words about love and relationships
  • (51:50) http://drsuejohnson.com/
  • (51:55) https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCeEyuM2qJHNyBEuIMV3bC7w
  • (52:45) Action step

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1 Comment

  1. Rich Featherly

    After listening to multiple interviews of Sue Johnson and listening to the audio version of “Hold me Tight” years ago, I think I finally see the foundation of her theory. She’s talking about Love not just as an emotion as in “falling in love” but Love as in any of what have been called universal human needs by some and desires by others. They are all the different flavors of Love such as connection, safety, autonomy, respect, consideration and all the rest. She’s also pointing out how the stress responses caused by fear of not having these needs/desires met blocks them from being met.

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