Category Archives: Attachment

Your Phone vs. Your Heart

This rings true to me. My natural tendency is to isolate, and when I do, I get weirder and have a more difficult time relating to others. New York Times: Our ingrained habits change us. Neurons that fire together, wire … Continue reading

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Childhood Attachment Failures – Impact On Adult Relationships

Therapist: “My own experiences with people who have very accomplished parents… Sometimes when someone does a lot and they are very interesting and interested in the world, yet they have a wife and children, they may not be there for … Continue reading

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The Authoritarian Personality

Kevin MacDonald writes in his book The Culture of Critique: Gentiles’ striving after success is also pathologized. In addition to being more likely to seek higher social status and have highly successful American heroes as role models, high scorers appear … Continue reading

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Attachment Theory & The Alexander Technique

Two of my favorite topics over the past few years are attachment theory and the Alexander Technique. Elizabeth A. Buonomo is a psychotherapist and Alexander teacher. She writes in the Spring 2015 issue of the AmSAT Journal: Many of Alexander’s … Continue reading

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