When your partner is in a bad mood, do you assume it’s because of something you’ve done? If your partner needs reassurance of your love, do you get annoyed and find yourself wanting distance? Do you have a history of dating the “wrong” person? If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, you may have an anxious or avoidant attachment style.
Though attachment develops first in early childhood, as adults we continue to evolve with each of our romantic partnerships. Spend some time with us and identify not only your style but the style of your partner/s, how your attachment style is impacting your relationships, and concrete steps for becoming more secure.
This four-workshop series will meet on Saturdays from 10:00-11:30 and cover the following:
· 10/28: Adult Attachment in Romantic Relationships: What is it and why is it important?
· 11/4: Identifying Your Attachment Style and its Impact on Your Thinking and Behavior
· 11/11: Attachment Style in the Bedroom
· 11/18: Concrete Strategies for Increasing Secure Attachment with a Partner
Cost: $200 payable upon registration, covers 4-class series and snacks! Space is limited to 10.
Space for the workshop is limited, but if you can’t make the first round, we’re offering this series again in December beginning on Saturday, 12/2 and ending on Saturday, 12/23.
Register and make payment by calling Riley at 414-224-3737 ext. 214 or 215. Or email Riley at firstname.lastname@example.org