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7 Inner Child Archetypes addiction attachment attachment styles attunement identity lifecoaching Aug 06, 2021

To live is to have a story.

 We either enter our stories or they own us.  Only when we have the courage to own our history are, we able to write a brave new ending to our story.

-Brene Brown

Your story matters-all of it.  It is never too late to give us the gift of a do-over, a...

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What is Attunement? attachment attachment styles attention attunement childhood trauma emotions mothering parenting teaching tips waiting for mister rogers Jul 23, 2021

 

How well do we enter the emotional experience of another, especially our children? 

 

Attunement is an intentional choice to remain present, open, and willing to contain the hard feelings of a child.  

 

It is through attunement that a child builds trust and...

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Everything You Need to Know About Your Family of Origin Role adam young attachment brokeness childhood trauma family of origin roles internal family systems own your story resources storywork tell your story Jul 01, 2021

"It the best parts of us that are willing to look at the worst parts of us."

There are different roles we play in our family origin.  

 

What role did you play?

As we allow our hearts to be captured by our own stories, it is important to look at the place we held in our...

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Attachment: Our First Encounter with Love attachment attachment theory attunement connection Mar 31, 2021
Have you ever wondered why you are anxious about your friendships or relationships? Do you shy away and avoid emotional connection? Perhaps you have a deep fear of abandonment and rejection? Maybe there's a sense that if you asked for what you needed, it would go unheard. Our deepest fears and...
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What is Attachment attachment attachment styles attachment theory attunement children connection teaching Feb 11, 2021
Attachment is the bond or connection that you have with your primary caregivers. This one relationship shaped your brain and gave you a model of how you will see the world. According to therapist, Adam Young, it shaped your:
  • ability to regulate your emotions (calming yourself)
  • ability to...
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