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“Johnson, the mother of emotionally-focused therapy (EFT), generously shares her extensive work, so that couples can ‘earn security’ through the hard work of resolving their toxic cycle of criticizing-withdrawing,” she says. “It’s a fantastic read, by a great master therapist and intellectual leader,” says Dr. “It explains what we long for in a secure attachment in love, and the wrong turns we often take.” Adds Dr.

Your boy’s nervous about the trip and looking for a way to engage and feel confident. Gear is cool and interesting and gives him something to focus on or talk about when people ask him about the trip.

Maybe that annoys you, but you have to shake that off, because you’ll be dealing with each other’s insecurities a lot over the next 1,000 miles, and now is the time to start cutting each other some slack.

—REIrritated So what you’re saying is that your boyfriend is getting into Your Thing, and he’s picking up from his whole life to do it, but not quite in the way that you like to do it, and it’s annoying?Laurie Watson recommends her , which gives couples exercises to help them work their way through to secure attachment. Gottman recommend her , which covers the three stages of a relationship and how to best weather them; the intelligence of emotions and the logic of love; and the physical and psychological benefits of secure love.“Johnson, the mother of emotionally-focused therapy (EFT), generously shares her extensive work, so that couples can ‘earn security’ through the hard work of resolving their toxic cycle of criticizing-withdrawing,” she says. “It’s a fantastic read, by a great master therapist and intellectual leader,” says Dr. “It explains what we long for in a secure attachment in love, and the wrong turns we often take.” Adds Dr.Your boy’s nervous about the trip and looking for a way to engage and feel confident. Gear is cool and interesting and gives him something to focus on or talk about when people ask him about the trip.Maybe that annoys you, but you have to shake that off, because you’ll be dealing with each other’s insecurities a lot over the next 1,000 miles, and now is the time to start cutting each other some slack.And I’m guessing—or projecting—that you’re kinda proud of that.