How many of you have ever wondered why you are having challenges in your relationships? This is an all too common scenario where issues we have carried forward from our childhood experiences affect our adulthood relationships.
Our guest Thais Gibson on this podcast and the author of a new book entitled “Attachment Theory-A Guide to Strengthening the Relationships in Your Life” provides us with practices and techniques that will assist us in moving through our painful experiences from our childhood relationships.
Attachment Theory is the key principle and the attachment patterns of our loved ones. Attachment Theory is predicated on the underlying concept that attachment is the primary mechanism within all our relationships, whether they are romantic, platonic, or familial. Our childhood experiences impact the traits that we express as adults, these impacts are revealed in what is referred to as attachment styles.
There are four (4) basic attachment styles or the way in which different types of childhood experience emerge in adulthood, and they are: 1) Dismissive-Avoidant 2) Fearful-Avoidant 3) Anxious Attachment 4) Secure Attachment. In this interview with Thais you will learn about the styles and how to change your behavior so that you can become more successful in your adult relations.
You can take a quiz at Thais’ website where you can learn at no-charge about your personal styles. I encourage you to click here to be directed to the no-cost quiz to learn more. If you want to learn more about Thais’ Personal Development School just click the link to be directed to her website and check out the many courses she provides to individuals working on improving their lives and relationships.
I hope you enjoy this engaging and informative interview with Thais Gibson about her new book ” Attachment Theory-A Guide to Strengthening the Relationships in Your Life“