Here’s a scenario: You want to talk about something that is bothering you, but your partner tells you they need some time to think and walks away. You end up feeling frustrated and ignored for the rest of the day. Sounds familiar, right? Then this new podcast will shed some serious light on this dynamic. If you are interested in attachment dynamics, you’ll appreciate this podcast.
My wife Ellen and I answer some of your questions about attachment styles posted directly from our Instagram followers.
Here’s one of the questions we answer in this new podcast:
Is it possible for someone who is anxiously attached to be in a successful relationship with someone who is avoidant?
If you want to know the answer to this question, I invite you to listen to my new podcast. We also answered similar questions on how to deal with different attachment styles in your relationship.
Check it out:
4:10 Understanding and healing what pushes your partner away
9:05: Working together with others who have a different attachment style
16:50: Willingness to work on yourself and with others
19:50: What if you or your partner struggle with being empathetic
- 25:00 Action step
This was very helpful! My biggest takeaway was that willingness continues to be the real point of change, and I feel this in my own relationship. I continue to so appreciate the willingness the two of you have to be authentic and real, own your current areas for growth and your honesty about needing the ongoing work. It helps me relate and feel encouraged in the process.
hi Jayme, thanks for sharing your thoughts her and I’m glad that you’re identifying and feeling encouraged. Take care and thanks for listening =)