Avoidant Partners: 5 Surprising Trigger Statements to Avoid and What To Say Instead
Do you struggle with communication in your relationship, and wish you had a fun and easy roadmap to help you connect with your partner on a deeper level?
Maybe you’ve even purchased a few online e-books or courses on exactly what to say and/or text when you are in a rough spot with your lover, or prospective partner.
But somehow, it always seems to fall flat.
Either it just doesn’t work, has the opposite effect, comes across as clumsy, or you feel like you’re not showing up authentically, in the relationship.
Believe it or not, relationships can be fun, supportive, and deeply satisfying.
They do require effort, but they’re not supposed to be work.
Loving relationships are a refuge from work!
The good news is, you don't have to be perfect before attracting, recovering or revitalizing the perfect love in your life.
You just need to know how to communicate in a way that your partner understands, and still gets your needs met.
Not always easy for an anxious Open Heart who may struggle with knowing what their needs are exactly, and then being able to articulate them in a way that doesn’t come across as too “needy” or placing too much emotional responsibility on a partner.
And this is particularly true if you have an avoidant partner, who is hypersensitive to these types of communications.
If you are an anxious Open Heart that struggles to get your point across without scaring your partner off…
Or, even if you are an avoidant Rolling Stone that wants to teach your partner how to communicate with you better…
You’re gonna wanna stick around for this video. Because we are going to explore 5 trigger statements that anxious Open Hearts often use, that usually push an avoidant partner away... AND we are going to make some suggestions on what to say instead.
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Briana MacWilliam ATR-BC, LCAT
Licensed and Board Certified Creative Arts Therapist
Author, Educator and Reiki Practitioner