14 Mar Featured On Couples Learn: Accepting the Risk of Vulnerability: But What If You Get Hurt?
I’ve had the great pleasure and privilege of writing a guest article for Dr Sarah Schewitz, Psy.D. of Couples Learn, who is a Licensed Clinical Psychologist based out of Los Angeles, California. She has been working with couples and individuals since 2008 and is passionate about inspiring people to dream big and achieve their “impossible” through improving their life and relationships.
Dr. Schewitz is also a contributing expert to Readers Digest, eHarmony, CareerBuilder, Refinery29, Bustle, ConnectWithLife, AskMen, Self, BrainHackers and more.
Want to learn why vulnerability in a relationship can feel SO DAMN SCARY?
Ready to discover 4 ways to help you examine your fearful, anxious thoughts about vulnerability so they don’t affect your love life?
Simply click on the link below to go straight to my article, featured this week, to find out!
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And if you have the time to do so, please do share your thoughts in the comments below. Is being vulnerable to your partner causing you worry? Maybe you had a fear of opening up to someone during a previous relationship?
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Teresha, The Confidence Restyler™ Xx