Setting priorities or feeling overwhelmed can lead to putting off tasks. It can increase anxiety and generate more avoidance.
Breaking up with someone can be a difficult and emotional experience, but there are steps you can take to heal and move forward.
In this episode of Therapist Unplugged, hosts Laurie Poole and Cory Montfort explore sadness and loss after a break up, share stories about how they’ve coped after their own heart break and offer suggestions for healing through the pain to land in a better place. Listen in for more on recovery from heart break.
Attachment is directly tied to your earliest developmental years and is significant for our future functioning in life and relationships.
The inner child holds the emotional pain, unmet needs, and wounds from the past alongside innocence, playfulness, and propensity for joy.
The fact that you’re actively seeking out how to love yourself more is a great sign. Here are the following steps you must take to start loving yourself more.
If you have self-love in place and difficulties arise, that inner love envelopes you, helping you feel safe and face troubles.
Our brains were designed to notice any sign of danger, whether that be physical, emotional or social. And our reaction is where the common term “fight or flight” (which also includes “fawn” and “freeze”) comes in. The continuation of that response can lead to a permacrisis.