Have you ever hid your needs, your desires, or your personality because you're afraid you'll be too much for someone and push them away? Or, on the other hand, have you ever felt like you're not good enough for someone? I'm guessing that Love Connectors will relate to this dynamic in particular, although many of us have likely experienced this feeling in our relationships.Read More
If you are one of the many people who struggle with self-esteem and not feeling good enough for others, this article is for you. I’ve learned in my work as a therapist that there are three levels of healing that we must do in order to truly learn how to love and accept ourselves.Read More
Love Connectors have a strong need for intimacy, connection, and reassurance in a relationship. Their brains are wired to keep a partner close and they often find themselves pursuing partners who want more distance in their relationships, like the intimacy avoiding Love Resister. There are 5 common dating mistakes that Love Connectors make. Can you relate?Read More
Have you ever had the experience of being completely preoccupied with thoughts of a partner or date to the point that you can’t think about anything else?
Do you ever feel panicked after a date, wondering if you’ll get a text?
Do you sometimes pull away from a partner in dramatic ways (trying to make them jealous or chase after you) even though you secretly want them to chase you?
The answer could be in your Love Style.Read More
In my work with thousands of clients over the years, there is one question that comes up all of the time when people are struggling with their relationships, dating, and heartbreak. The question is this:
Is there something wrong with me that is keeping me single?Read More
Do you ever feel panicked after a date, wondering if he’ll text you? Or do you feel like you want to run for the hills every time your relationships start to get close? Do you seem to attract people who get too clingy and it drives you away? Or you’re always chasing after someone who won’t commit?
All of these patterns are directly related to your attachment style, and it could be getting in the way of you finding a healthy relationship.Read More