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Episode #1654
April 10th, 2024
Rules of Attachment
Attachment style forms the foundation for how we understand trust, security, and build our self-concept and self-esteem, which then affects how we achieve goals, approach physical and mental wellness, and how we relate to friends, family, colleagues and romantic partners. Triple board-certified clinical and forensic neuropsychologist Dr. Judy Ho reveals how insecure attachment style—which affects up to 75% of the population—impacts our lives more than we realize, and how we can heal the wounds that prevent us from living our best lives at any age. Grounded in the science of attachment, she offers a revolutionary approach that teaches readers how to change their anxious, avoidant, or disorganized attachment style in relationships, friendships, work, goal-setting, and most of all, our sense of self. She is a tenured Associate Professor at Pepperdine University and a two-time recipient of the National Institute of Mental Health Services Research Award.
Guest Links
The New Rules of Attachment: How to Heal Your Relationships, Reparent Your Inner Child, and Secure Your Life VisionBuy
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