Ladies are your needs not being met

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Should women be needier in order to become more independent?

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It seems counterintuitive, but avoiding or denying your needs could actually kill your confidence as well as your relationships. Jessica is a transformative life coach and cognitive hypnotherapist.

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She works primarily with women, helping them to undo all the beliefs that limit their confidence. Identifying your attachment style can help you to decipher these limiting behaviors with a view of changing them. Jessica admits that she sees more women with an anxious attachment style, while more men show avoidant traits. Women are also prone to doubt the validity of these feelings. Save my name,and website in this browser for the next time I comment.

Is Being Needy a Bad Thing?

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A Look at Attachment in Relationships. Written by Jo Murphy June 3, Avoidant: you value independence, preferring autonomy to intimacy. Even though you may crave closeness, you maintain emotional distance, keeping an eye out for s that a partner is impinging on your freedom. Undoing Attachment Jessica admits that she sees more women with an anxious attachment style, while more men show avoidant traits.

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Jo Murphy Jo is a freelance writer and copywriter with qualifications in personal performance coaching, neurolinguistic programming, and yoga. She's lived her life in pursuit of freedom mostly from the inside outand now uses her words to help others do the same. Find her findingfreedom on Instagram whatjosaid or at whatjosaid.

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Ladies are your needs not being met

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Is Being Needy a Bad Thing? A Look at Attachment in Relationships