Online Dating? How to Use Texting to Identify Attachment Styles

Are you someone actively looking for a partner and find yourself on the dating scene? Having an awareness of your Attachment style, as well as your potential partner’s Attachment style, can help you cut through the sometimes confusing and emotionally troubling dating experience. Identify Attachment Styles through Text Message Behavior Like it or not, texting is [...]

Solve Attachment Injury in Your Adult Relationships

Many people have idealized misconceptions about having the perfect relationship. Perhaps, they think, having a partner in life will fill in the gaps and holes left by past trauma or Attachment injuries. What many people fail to realize is that the intimate relationship is often the place where these painful experiences become amplified and because your [...]

The Impact of the Digital Age on Millennials’ Attachment Development

Millennials, defined as young adults born in the 1980s and coming of age in the new millennium, face particular Attachment challenges. Some theorize that it is due to the digital age and emphasis of screen-based social media, while others point to overall societal trends, such as the tendency toward blended, rather than nuclear, families. In all [...]

Is Your Attachment Style Holding Back Your Career?

Attachment injury never stays within the lines. While your Attachment adaptation manifests more noticeably in your personal relationships with your partner, spouse, children, or parents, the workplace is not immune to the patterns of your Attachment style, and it could be holding you back from success. Securely Attached individuals naturally have a more positive attitude and [...]

3 Behaviors That Contribute to Avoidant Attachment Injury

Those of us who are Avoidantly Attached tend to avoid emotional challenges by avoiding them – either checking out mentally or even walking away. If you or someone you love lives with Avoidant Adaptation, you might be wondering where and how this developed. Avoidantly Attached individuals often did not have their needs met as children, either [...]

3 Ways Attachment Injuries Undermine Your Life

Having an Attachment injury can feel like you’re lugging around a forty-pound weight everywhere you go. This may prevent you from fully enjoying life, or even cause you to make poor decisions regarding your future happiness. There is good news, however; we can heal our Attachment injuries in adulthood. Here are three ways that Attachment injuries [...]

4 Things You Need to Know about Adult Attachment

If you are seeking more information on adult Attachment Theory, here are four things you need to know. 1. There are four Attachment styles. Secure – Securely attached people find it easy to develop relationships with others and do not excessively worry about the status of those relationships. They are comfortable being dependable for others and [...]

5 Reasons Why Attachment Matters for Therapists

While each person is different, those with Attachment injury may embody certain challenges. Avoidant, Ambivalent, Disorganized, and Secure Attachment likely have different histories and work with relationship differently in their adult lives. Healthy, Secure Attachment is within reach. Gaining in-depth knowledge about working with each Attachment styles can elevate your private practice and your personal life. [...]

Video Blog: Exploring Ambivalent Attachment Online and in Live Trainings

When you want to take your knowledge about Attachment a bit deeper, we offer ongoing training through the Therapy Mastermind Circle (TMC), which is open now for enrollment. This is an online global program that you can easily fit into your busy family and professional schedule, on your own time. We feature world-class expert speakers, monthly [...]

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