My Darling Subscribers,
I have the privilege of moderating a private, psycho-educational Facebook group of over 800 individuals who authentically show up every day to share their stories, provide support and feedback to each other, and ask GREAT questions.
I have recently committed myself to showing up every day in the group, for 30 days, to provide a live stream video to either address member questions, or share new information on something that interests me.
Two questions popped up recently and I thought they were good questions, so I wanted to share my response with you.
- What are some clinical book recommendations on attachment theory?
- Why does anxiety pop up out of nowhere?
For a quick overview, my favorite CLINICAL books include…
- Attachment Psychotherapy by David Wallin
- Trauma and the Avoidant Client by Robert Muller
- Interdependent Minds, by Murray and Holmes (no attachment theory specific, but a good read for couples struggling with such issues)
With respect to the question, why does anxiety pop up out of nowhere?
I chose to discuss this primarily from a psycho-spiritual perspective.
And it revolves around two things:
- The body being the first organizer of experience
- The role of the transcendental self
I invite you to watch the video above to get the full explanation.
Please leave me your questions and comments below and we can answer them too!
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