Social psychology and group dynamics provide valuable insights into the social influences on behavior and cognition.
The mind-body connection is a fundamental aspect of our well-being, highlighting the interplay between our mental and physical health.
As we celebrate caregivers in our lives, now is an appropriate time to reflect on the influence of significant caregivers, attachment styles, parenting practices, and how this impacts adult attachment.
Does your life feel like it is dull, and boring, with nothing to look forward to?
One thing that distinguishes borderline personality disorder from the other areas is that BPD is a personality-disorder.
As humans, we are wired for connection. As infants, we relied on our caregiver(s) to provide safety, stability, and love. Through attachment, children and adults develop trust and learn to regulate emotions. As children, we learned to socialize through interactions with siblings and other children.
Can you think of a recent conversation in which you felt judged, bullied, blamed, or criticized by your partner? Do you find yourself becoming defensive within communication or reacting in anger during difficult conversations, only to feel more disconnected and dissatisfied in your relationship(s)?
CARE is “outside the box” to eliminate boxes as gender does not fit neatly into an either-or checkbox.
Just like we can hold onto physical items that clutter our life, so can we hold onto relationship clutter.
“We are powerful because we have survived, and that it what it is all about- survival and growth.” –Audre Lorde.