Thais Gibson is an author, speaker and co-creator of the Personal Development School. Thais is best known for her contributing work and research on Attachment Theory and the impact of attachment trauma on our adult romantic relationships. She’s the author of, The Attachment Theory Guide, and her YouTube channel often focuses on educating people on how to subconsciously reprogram this area of their lives.
In this episode:
What is Attachment Theory and how does it impact our romantic relationships?
What are the different attachment styles?
How do our early childhood experiences with attachment affect our subconscious mind?
How can we retrain our mind to transform any limiting program in each of the 7 areas of life (Mental, Emotional, Spiritual, Physical, Relationships Career & Financial)?
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