In Part 2, I’m breaking down the attachment styles of dismissive-avoidant and fearful-avoidant. In Part 1, I talked about secure and anxious-preoccupied attachment styles and I also shared in detail about my own struggles with my attachment style. Be sure to subscribe to the podcast so you don't miss an episode.
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