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Season 3 Episode 12: Healing After Conflict: Why You Need to Repair + Your Attachment Styles in Repairing

Do you find yourself asking…

How do we feel close again after we just had a disagreement? 

My partner doesn’t like to come back and talk about the hard stuff. 

My partner doesn’t apologize. I always have to bring up the hard conversations.  

I get it. 

This is a common experience in our relationships. 

The reality?

We didn’t learn how to repair. It was never modelled to us or it came attached with a lot of shame.

And yet, repairing is one of the most important things we need to do in our relationship because without it, we are more likely to build resentment and disconnection. 

In today’s episode, I get to sit with Dr. Morgan Anderson. A previous guest on the podcast (Season 2, Episode 21, a must listen), Dr. Morgan is a clinical psychologist and relationship coach, host of the “Let’s Get Vulnerable” podcast and creator of the E.S.L relationship method. She helps women break the toxic dating cycle, raise their self-worth and attract the healthy relationship they’ve always wanted. Make sure you head over to her IG page and send her a DM to say hello!

In this episode, we discuss:

  • What happens in relationships when you can’t work through conflict
  • Why you need to repair
  • Difficulties with repair through an attachment style lens

You don’t want to miss this episode!

Ready to learn how to repair, feel closer after the fight, and connect with your partner? Join me in my FREE MASTERCLASS. I will teach you my 4 A’s on how to repair so that you can look at your partner and feel like a team again.

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What’s Coming Next?

When change feels one-sided. What are we left to do?

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