#630 – Freedom from Attachment: Avoidants: Don’t Hurt Me

I get a lot of questions about avoidants. People want to know if avoidant and anxious attachment styles can be happy together, and if there is any hope for their avoidant partner. Well, it depends on the amount of emotional work an avoidant is willing to do because this stuff runs deep. As children, avoidants learned to protect themselves from being hurt, which they carry into adulthood.

Most avoidants are smart, successful people with a serious case of imposter syndrome. They fear being exposed for who they really are, so they avoid getting close to people. Their goal is not to get hurt (which they learned as a kid), but in return they sacrifice emotionally connected relationships. Join me for a deep dive into how avoidants avoid, both in relationships and in their own personal growth. Then we’ll look at how to deal with those shameful feelings of not being good enough and low self-worth to start removing the emotional armor, piece by piece.

Join my FREE FB Group for free monthly challenges and ongoing support from me and my coaches: https://bit.ly/30GIE0B

Download a free chapter of my book here: https://bit.ly/3GHyPnm

Receive my Freedom From Insecure Attachment Toolkit to discover how to easily have the relationship YOU want: https://bit.ly/3bvd0cj

Do you have a topic suggestion for a podcast? Submit it here: http://bit.ly/AskTracyCrossley. Watch Tracy live on Facebook every Thursday at 9am PST.

Sick of being insecurely attached? Click here to get my free meditative insecure attachment release: https://bit.ly/2ZJL8e8





Related Podcasts

If you enjoy my podcasts, please leave a review on iTunes or Stitcher so I can be found by others who are interested in this kind of personal development work!

If you’re ready to change the cycle of never-ending suffering, let’s see how I can help you! You can schedule a Discovery Session by emailing happiness@tracycrossley.com.