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Stop spinning your wheels and learning more labels that
describe why you are the way you are…

Instead use these definitions as the first step in your healing and transformation — and move toward the happy, healthy love
you most want (and deserve!).

There’s been a lot of talk about attachment style in our culture lately. 

Your attachment style has to do with the ways you create and sustain close relationships. Formed in reaction to what was happening (or not happening) at the very beginning of your life, it stays with you, playing out in all of your adult relationships.

Over the past two decades, Katherine Woodward Thomas, relationship therapist, New York Times bestselling author and master teacher, has discovered that the biggest reason people struggle in the area of love has to do with having beliefs at the level of identity that are inconsistent with the sustaining of deep happiness in love. In our psychologically sophisticated culture, we’ve come to call these beliefs, your “attachment style.” The two most common being Avoidant and Insecure.

If you have an Avoidant Attachment Style (or are “Love Avoidant,”) it means you have a gut-level, somatic sense deep in your body that it’s dangerous to get too close to another human being. Your instincts are (often incorrectly) warning you that others are trying to take something from you, or control or harm you in some way. 

As much as you want love (and yes, Love Avoidants desperately want the love they find so hard to find), there is a part of you that is always working against having it. Without consciously meaning to, you’ll have a tendency to destabilize any relationships that get too close. 

Hence, the deep feeling of resignation that can sometimes take over and cause you to compromise for someone who is “unavailable” yet again.

If you have an insecure attachment style (or are a “Love Addict”) it means you have a gut-level, somatic sense deep in your body that others could disappear in any given moment. You feel like you have to work very hard to keep the love you find, even if that means settling for crumbs. You live with a chronic anxiety that others will leave you if they are unhappy with you in any way.. Therefore, any kind of conflict is threatening because you’ll see it as the beginning of the end.

You will have a tendency to give your power away to others and are also super sensitive with a huge fear rejection.  Because your core beliefs tell you that you’re ultimately all alone in this world. 

Do you know your attachment style?

If so, has knowing what it is translated into empowering you to finally create safe, secure healthy and fundamentally happy relationships? 

Have you been able to form the rock solid foundation of love that you’ve been yearning for?

If not, you’re not alone.

Because just knowing what your attachment style is doesn’t automatically translate into your ability to graduate from those patterns to form healthier relationships — or any other changed circumstances.

You have to identify and shift those beliefs at their core, and discover the new ways of relating that will support you to evolve beyond it.

Here’s the good news:

No matter what your attachment style is — you are not not stuck with it. 

You’re not beholden to the dynamics you were born into, the pathologies from your childhood, or other wounds from your past.

If you’re ready to manifest a miracle in love, you must evolve beyond your attachment style — and transform the very belief structures you’re operating from.

Join us for a new free workshop with Katherine, as she shares how to evolve your attachment style to a healthier place so you can manifest a miracle in love.

During this powerful new event you’ll discover how to:

  • Work with your own repetitive patterns in a way that gives you a sense of hope and possibility for a future that’s different from your past

  • Quickly connect with your own deeper center so you can relate to others from a place of strength and authenticity

  • Awaken your power to grow beyond what happened in your childhood home so you can create the kinds of connections that you really long for

  • And more…

Happy, healthy love isn’t about finding the right person. It’s about being the right person, centered in a consciousness that lets you know you’re safe to be close to others. You can learn to become the source of your safety. From there, you’ll have the power to cultivate healthy relationships — and anything else you’re ready to call into your life.

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About Katherine

Katherine Woodward Thomas is the New York Times bestselling author of Conscious Uncoupling: 5 Steps to Living Happily Even After and Calling in “The One”: 7 Weeks to Attracting the Love of Your Life as well as an award-winning marriage and family psychotherapist. She’s also the creator of the Conscious Uncoupling process made known by Gwyneth Paltrow, and introduced a more conscious, creative and respectful way to transition out of a primary love relationship.

Katherine also trains and certifies people to become Certified Calling in “The One” Coaches and/or Conscious Uncoupling Coaches and provides ongoing supervision and development to a vibrant community of her coaches from around the world.  

Over the past two decades, Katherine has had the honor of teaching hundreds of thousands of people from all corners of the globe to create conscious, loving relationships and to realize the higher potentials all their connections hold for health and happiness. Katherine is a featured teacher with the international transformational educational giant, Mindvalley, and she’s appeared multiple times on The Today Show with Savannah Guthrie, been written about in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The London Times and many other media outlets as well as been a featured guest on Maria Shriver’s Architects of Change series.

In her spare time, she loves to sing, play the flute and write lyrics. She’s a Billboard charting, #1 iTunes jazz artist with her CD, Lucky in Love which was co-written and co-produced with The Koren Brothers.

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