Aftermath of a Fight

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by Sara Graves, LPC This is a common sentiment shared in a counselor’s office. Couples frequently seek therapy because they’ve been fighting about the same two or three things over and over again, and they … Read More

Avoidant Attachment Style

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Avoidant Attachment Style by Megan Coggins   You were given every opportunity to succeed; you had a roof over your head, food on the table, and two parents at home who loved you. Your family … Read More

Anxious Attachment Style

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Anxious Attachment Style by Megan Coggins   Attachment to our parents comes about from a variety of situations and scenarios. There is no such thing as a perfect parent, but the behavior and attitude that … Read More