31 minutes | Jul 22, 2021

Attachment Style

John discusses your attachment style, and how if they are not addressed and recognised effectively they can lead you to the wrong types of relationships, and can ultimately lead to your self-sabotaging other areas of life.

KEY TAKEAWAYS

  • Attachment styles develop in early childhood, and are reinforce in later life depending on the relationships you build and the style you have adopted.
  • The two main types of attachment are secure and insecure. Secure is found in people who have experienced love and acceptance. Insecure is generally found in those who have not experienced these things.
  • Anxious people are generally guarded at the beginning of a relationship. They need reassurance, and require proof of trust in someone.
  • Choosing a relationship and entering into it, is a subconscious act of matching our attachment style to that of someone else.

BEST MOMENTS

'It impacts on your self-confidence, your self worth, and your self belief'

'People with insecure attachments tend to choose people with insecure attachments'

'It's all about what's going on inside of you'

'When you're looking for a partner, subconsciously you're looking for fulfilment'

VALUABLE RESOURCES

The Relationship Guy Podcast - https://omny.fm/shows/the-relationship-guy        

ABOUT THE HOST

I am John Kenny, The Relationship Guy - Coaching people to experience healthy intimate relationships.  John is an Author, Documentarian and public speaker. 

Having spent a life choosing unhealthy relationships and self sabotaging my own success, I now coach people to live a life they choose.

www.therelationshipguy.co.uk

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