The Importance of Choosing a Growth-Oriented Partner

Falling in love can often feel like a magical experience, yet there are also complex psychological processes that can sometimes lead us astray. The initial phase of love, commonly referred to as the "honeymoon period," is typically characterized by intense physical attraction and infatuation. Our brains produce a rush of feel-good hormones like dopamine and oxytocin, which can make us [...]

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The Biochemistry of Love, Lust, Attachment and Loss

Our experience of love and loss is multifaceted and influenced by various components that shape our emotions and behaviors. Understanding the complex interplay of these factors can help us to gain insight into our emotional experiences, recognize patterns in our relationships, and work towards personal growth and healing. As social beings, we have an innate drive to form attachments and [...]

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Are You Addicted to Emotionally Unavailable Partners that Abuse and Abandon You?

Those of us who suffer from abandonment wounds are operating with a tremendous disadvantage. Many of us have never developed the capacity to differentiate between love and our feelings of longing and emotional hunger. In fact, the only time we seem to be able to experience those intense feelings of being in love with another individual is when we’re longing [...]

By |2023-06-13T15:44:05-04:00November 29, 2019|0 Comments

Learning to Feel Comfortable in Our Social Interactions

A young Korean man showed up in one of my classes not too long ago. Hwan shared with us during the introduction that he was having great difficulty expressing himself and was not able to convey his feelings for a woman that he found himself attracted to. I had Hwan bring the woman to the forefront of his awareness by [...]

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