How to Honor Your Boundaries and Be the Secure Partner [Attachment Theory]

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  • Briana MacWilliam

How to Honor Your Boundaries and Be the Secure Partner [Attachment Theory]

Updated: Mar 6

Dearest Subscriber,

If you have ever suffered in a relationship where your boundaries were being stomped on, or you were struggling to assert them, because you were afraid it might lead to a breaking point in the relationship, this 5-minute video is for you.

Often, people avoid expressing their true desires, because they are afraid that the person they are with, won’t be able to meet them.

And, let’s be honest, sometimes, that instinct is correct.

But sometimes, when you allow yourself to express yourself fully, you can raise your vibration high enough that a partner is inspired to meet you on that playing field.

Taking the risk is the only way to create the POSSIBILITY OF finding what you are truly desiring, even if it is not with the same person you started with.

Never taking the risk, however, means you will never find it.

And that is when we experience the terrible agony of “settling” and feeling as if we are alone, in partnership.

In this video, we talk about how to assume a secure position, and escape the blame game that often compels us to abandon our boundaries, in relationships.

To learn more, check out this 5-minute video!


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Briana MacWilliam ATR-BC, LCAT

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