The Four Attachment Styles and Why they Change from Childhood to Adult
Sunday, March 8, 2020
Coach Michael Wells
Attachment theory is a psychological model that describes the relationship dynamics between humans. Relationship styles are believed to develop very early in life, and will affect all of your long-term and short-term interpersonal relationships in life.
Learn how attachment styles develop, and how they change during our lives- influenced by the experiences our parents, peers and society.
If you struggle with relationships, trust issues, or self-worth, understanding how your attachment styles develop will help you change your style (or help your partner change theirs) to one that works better for your relationships.
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Frames are psychological perspectives that shape how we see the world. If you can't control them, they will control and restrict you. In this course, we look at Frame Control - the ability to change your reality.
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