Attachment strategies play a pivotal role in shaping the quality of our romantic relationships.
Take a research based Attachment Quiz to unveil your unique attachment style and gain valuable insights into how your strategies influence your relationships.
Why should you take this quiz?
1. Empower Yourself with Knowledge: Identifying and naming your attachment strategies is the first step towards taming the areas that may be causing chaos or dissatisfaction in your relationship. Understanding what strategies work and what doesn't is key to fostering healthier, more fulfilling connections.
2. Unlock the Potential for Change: Armed with knowledge about your attachment style, you can embark on a journey of personal/relational growth and transformation. Cultivate stronger, more secure, and passionately intimate romantic relationships by making informed choices.
3. Harness the Power of Awareness: When you understand your attachment strategies, you gain the ability to update your relational toolkit. You can replace ineffective tools with those that truly work, enhancing your relationship's vitality and resilience.
Take the Attachment Assessment Quiz today. Your journey to more satisfying, fulfilling connections begins here.
People who know me often say that I see everything from an attachment perspective. They are right! I truly believe all of us long to be seen, heard, and understood. We need a safe place to just be human, to be not perfect, to be celebrated and to be lovingly challenged. Science has shown that having a secure relationship is a health benefit - it lowers pain, lowers heart rate, lowers blood pressure, increases joy. This is why my heart aims to help people thrive in their relationships - it aids to overall health and satisfaction!
A little about me: I am a white, neurodiverse cisgender female who lives with an autoimmune disorder. I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and Supervisor, Certified Sex Therapist and Supervisor and a Certified Emotionally Focused Therapist and Supervisor.
I've spent the last eight years immersed in the study of what makes relationships secure and emotionally connected — interviewing researchers, consulting experts in this field, and pursuing research, all in order to develop practical and effective tools to help partners build better relationships. I care about this work because I know what it’s like to feel insecure and have relationships that feel unstable. In my work, I have written over 200 articles and have spoken in over 100 online events. Over 400,000 people read my articles every year and my work has been featured in US News, Business Insider, The Gottman Institute, and more. Over 35,000 people subscribe to my newsletter.
A little bit about me: I am a white, cisgender male who lives with an autoimmune disease. I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist.