I am aware that this blog just gives you the very bare bones of Attachment and, in writing it, I hope it whets your appetite to look more deeply into Attachment. I especially hope it helps you to reflect and
Part of my training involved working with my own Inner child. For me it was life-changing. It has become a very powerful tool for helping me to connect with my true self and has set me on an important life-long journey of learning to love, nurture and protect that true self. I would love to be able to help you to do that too.
This blog is based on my counselling work with clients and my recent reading of Geneen Roth’s book, Appetites. You may find it helpful to read the previous blog on Attachment as it forms the foundation of what I am writing here.
We are often unaware of our deeply ingrained beliefs and behaviours that hold us back in life, rather like our ‘default setting’. in counselling, understanding our attachment style can bring them into our awareness and help us to change them
Do you have the courage to embark on counselling?
Looking on the ‘dark side’ can become a self-destructive habit which you may enjoy but will ultimately not help you. Here are some ideas for challenging that and coming over to the ‘bright side’.