The difference between secure and insecure.

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You can’t change your past, but you can become emotionally secure.



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Things I learned on my attachment journey.


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From someone who struggled with this attachment style for years.

What is anxious-avoidant attachment?


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Lessons from attachment expert, Dr. Diane Poole Heller.


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They might seem emotionally distant, but they do want connection deep down.


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Stop leaving empty comments on people’s articles.

It’s fake AF


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These exercises helped me on my secure attachment journey.

3. Shifting your narrative and identity


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#3. They might react in ways you don’t understand.

4. They might seek constant reassurance from you

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I type words on a keyboard.

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