#30 Authenticity versus Attachment

In this episode of Midlife AF, Emma takes a deep dive into the topic of authenticity versus attachment, and how it affects us as women in midlife who are finding our groove without booze.

Emma discusses the importance of being our true selves and the struggles we face when trying to fit in with societal norms. She also touches on attachment theory and how our adaptive behaviors are formed.

Join Emma as she explores the beauty of rediscovering our precious selves and the potential that lies within us.

In this episode, Emma shares how:

  1. Wanting to fit in and belonging are not the same thing. She explores the difference and how being authentic helps us truly belong and feel accepted.
  2. Attachment theory is a way of understanding how our childhood experiences shape our sense of self and how we cope with the world around us. Emma talks about how this affects our relationships and our ability to connect with others.
  3. Attachment is a fundamental human need, but sometimes our coping mechanisms can get in the way of forming healthy relationships. You’ll learn how to recognize these patterns and work towards building healthier connections.
  4. Suppressing our true selves can have a negative impact on our mental and emotional wellbeing. Emma discusses the importance of being authentic and how it can lead to a more fulfilling life.


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