Do you struggle with any of the following?
Not feeling confident with the people you date.
Swiping for validation or seek it from your partner.
Feeling scared to be close to people.
Losing yourself in whomever you date.
Having trouble setting boundaries and asking for your needs.
If so, you may have an anxious attachment...
Anxiety and love is one of the worst combinations.
It can hold you back from finding or enjoying the love life you really want. Plus, it's incredibly exhausting to always feel unsure and unconfident.
Luckily, your anxious attachment style doesn't have to hold you back forever.
You don't always need to feel unsure and afraid.
You can feel confident in your love life.
You can set boundaries and ask for your needs.
You can finally find someone who treats you with the respect you deserve.
It's all about becoming more secure.
This Anxious Attachment Workshop can help you do just that.
In this hour-long recording of my live attachment workshop you'll learn about:
What is attachment theory?
What are protest behaviors + self-prompt
The anxious-avoidant trap
Understanding your unique needs and values
(4) Regulating Exercises
(6) Confidence building exercises
(5) Healthier communication habits
Journal prompts for feeling more secure
Plus, you'll be able to listen to the Q&A from people who struggle with their anxious attachment, just like you.
Still not sure?
Then check out what people are saying:
Kirstie's online workshop has opened my eyes to personal growth and will open yours too! It will be easy for anyone to identify from one or more of the 4 attachment styles. The self-regulating activities are golden pieces, too!
I learned a lot about attachment theory from this workshop and feel more confident that I can become more secure in my love life. I always felt like I was alone, but clearly, that's not the case. Thank you for opening my eyes!
The exercises Kirstie taught in this course were everything I needed! I've already made small changes and watched my relationship become healthier.
I knew I had an anxious attachment but I didn't know what steps I could do to manage it. I re-watched this workshop