b) Being anxious: People having anxious attachment strategy feel difficult to find partners who would stay close them to them. In this attachment strategy, there is a constant fear of being left or cheated by their partner. Sometimes, they (people having anxious attachment strategy) may even doubt if their partners love them or not. They behave in a way that reinforces their beliefs of being anxiously attached to their partners. A time comes, when these people start to have a low-esteem and thus, try to fulfil others' expectations. For them, their partners' validation about being in love is important. … [Read more...] about Attachment Theory Reveals How We Develop Attachment
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After inducing moral guilt in their participants, the authors discovered that participants coped by finding a third-party target of moral outrage. For example, learning they had purchased clothing made by child laborers led to expressions of outrage against the wrong-doing corporation, which then reduced feelings of guilt and personal culpability in the participants. Rothschild and Keefer aptly named this reaction a "cleansing fire." … [Read more...] about Guilt, Moral Outrage, and an Oscar Speech
Self-care takes work—be it getting your day behind you to get to bed on time, planning, shopping for, and preparing healthy meals, or keeping up with an exercise routine. When you are tired, and perhaps most in need of self-care, is exactly when exerting effort for anything can feel like an especially tall order—even if you know it will help you feel better on the other side. Acknowledging this reality can help you be realistic and gentle with yourself so that you can look for compromises and solutions that better fit with your energy level. … [Read more...] about Why Does Self-Care Sometimes Feel So Hard?