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The different types of attachment can be separated into healthy and unhealthy categories.If children have formed secure attachments with their parents, that will follow them through to adulthood.The pains from relational growth are some of the scariest lessons we face.In some ways, I found dealing with them to be harder than getting sober because my ability to form and maintain relationships was so deeply and inextricably linked to my childhood and my trauma.I had to learn about who I am and how my attachment style affects the people I choose to date, and why I act in such a fearful way in relationships.
When I decided to get sober, I simply wanted help to stop drowning myself in four bottles of wine a day; I certainly didn’t envision digging up my painful relationship history. It involves slowly peeling back the layers we’ve accumulated over a lifetime of using substances to numb our pain.
"We're doing something that [involves a really] life-or-death situation for those people in recovery, like they know to pick up a drink is beyond serious," Gottlieb concludes.
"Like, there's a whole fun aspect and there's the, 'Let's have a conversation about the opioid crisis and let's push the conversation to help people.' We try to cover both." Welcome to "Sex with Sandra," a column by Sandra Song about the ever-changing face of sexuality.
I couldn’t heal without digging up, sifting through, and analyzing the past.
And I’m not alone — I’m part of a community of women who have shared that they too have a dysfunctional relationship or relationship history.