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Healthy and Passionate Relationships after Emotional Pain (Re-Programming the Fearful Avoidant Attachment Style)

This course will help you to learn how to trust, heal old wounds, communicate effectively and connect passionately with your partner.

*Recommended for the Fearful Avoidant and loved ones of the Fearful Avoidant.

Curriculum

  1. Root Causes for FA Attachment Style
  2. How the FA Feels in a Relationship
  3. How the FA Attaches with Others
  4. The Core Wounds and Triggers of the FA
  5. Enmeshment Trauma, Codependency and FA Attachment
  6. Healthy Habits for the FA
  7. Subconscious Reprogramming Tools for the FA
  8. Important Needs for the FA to Heal
  9. How the FA Interacts with Other Attachment Styles
  10. How to Get the FA Back/Fix the Relationship
  11. Effective Communication Strategies and Awareness
  • 1

    Chapter 1

    • Workbook & Course Summary Worksheet

    • Welcome & Itinerary

    • Root Causes of Fearful Avoidance

    • How to Recognize Fearful Avoidant Attachment Style & Relationship Dynamic

    • The Fearful Avoidant's Enmeshment Trauma & their Guilt and Shame

    • Workbook Exercise 1: Chronic Guilt & Shame Awareness & Upgrading

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    Chapter 2

    • Fearful Avoidant's Core Subconscious Wounds & Emotional Triggers

    • Workbook Exercise 2: Personal BTEA Equation

    • Re-Programming Fearful Avoidant's Core Subconscious Wounds

    • Workbook Exercise 3: Thought Upgrading & Emotional Processing

    • Workbook Exercise 4: Belief Re-Programming Rituals with Autosuggestion

    • Workbook Exercise 5: Vision of The Future for Re-Programming

    • Workbook Exercise 6: Action Re-Programming Exercise

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    Chapter 3

    • Communicating Effectively With a Fearful Avoidant

    • Workbook Exercise 7 (Part 1): Conflict Communication - Feelings & Needs Exercise

    • Workbook Exercise 7 (Part 2): Conflict Communication - Expression

    • Workbook Exercise 7 (Part 3): Conflict Communication - Understanding Over Conflict

  • 4

    Chapter 4

    • The Fearful Avoidant's Needs & Interactions with Other Attachment Styles

    • Final Quiz

    • Course Feedback

  • 5

    Webinars

    • Interactions Between the Fearful Avoidant and the Dismissive Avoidant - Nov. 26th

    • Open Attachment Style Q&A - Nov. 16th

    • Fearful Avoidant Webinar Round 2 Q & A - Oct. 29th

    • Fearful Avoidant Attachment Style Webinar Q & A - Oct. 15th

Healthy and Passionate Relationships after Emotional Pain

(Re-Programming the Fearful Avoidant Attachment Style)

Finally learn how to leave your painful past behind, and create deep and lasting connection in your relationships.

If you’re the Fearful Avoidant Attachment Style (also known as the Anxious-Avoidant), it is time to understand your needs and start getting them met in your relationships. This course will help you to learn how to trust, heal old wounds, communicate effectively and connect passionately with your partner.

If you’re the partner of the Fearful Avoidant, this course will allow you to find a healthy set of strategies for communication in order to diminish volatility in the relationship dynamic and stabilize the polarities of hot and cold in your relationship. This will allow you to finally maintain peace and harmony in your relationship.

*Recommended for Fearful Avoidants and loved ones of Fearful Avoidants

Where do Fearful Avoidant Attachment Styles come from?

Attachment theory is the theory that a person's attachment style is based on their early childhood experiences with a primary caregiver. Attachment styles then set the tone for our adult attachment and how we interact in our adult relationships (romantic relationships, friendships, working relationships, and family relationships.)

A Fearful Avoidant attachment style (also referred to as disorganized attachment style) is one of the four main attachment styles and considered to be an insecure attachment style. A Fearful Avoidant attachment develops when a child receives inconsistent emotional support and scary parental behavior during their child development. When the child grows up, they carry their experiences into their adult adult attachment, and typically have a deep fear of betrayal in their close relationships.

Attachment styles have a lifelong influence on interpersonal relationships, but with the right self awareness and self reflection, it is possible for a Fearful Avoidant person to transition away from having insecure attachment styles to having a more secure attachment style so that they and enter fulfilling relationships that feel safe.

How do I know if I/my partner has a Fearful Avoidant Attachment style?

People with fearful avoidant attachment develop a number of behaviors that affect their relationships. They can always be on high alert, looking for signs that the person/ people they love might leave them or betray them at any time. People with fearful avoidant attachment styles can struggle with intense feelings of guilt when they feel dissatisfied in their relationships. Fearful avoidant people can also deal with feelings of anger and resentment when they find themselves giving too much and not having the same effort returned to them. People with Fearful Avoidant attachment may be very confusing to a romantic partner because they regularly come close, seeking intimacy, but then are equally as quick to pull away, seeking space.

How will taking this course help me transition to a Secure Attachment Style if I have a Fearful Avoidant attachment style?

If you identify as a Fearful Avoidant person, then this course will help you take the steps you need to understand and heal your attachment style so that you can start to feel safe, trust others, and have more fulfilling relationships. You will learn how to re-program your betrayal wounds, communicate better when you need more space or more connection, self-soothe when you're experiencing feelings of anger or resentment, and avoid feeling like you're on high alert all the time.

How will the Fearful Avoidant Reprogramming Course help me if I am the partner of someone with a Fearful Avoidant Attachment style?