How to Learn a Secure Attachment Style

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If you weren't privileged to inherit a secure attachment style in your childhood, then you are in my club of people who earn/learn their secure attachment style.

Here's the three phases of healing you'll need to work thru...

1. Reflect: on your early attachment relationships and how they impacted you

2. Grieve: feel the feelings of loss and pain related to not having secure relationships to lean on and find confidence in.

3. Grow: change your patterns of relating and work to learn new ways of showing up in your close relationships.

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