Attachment Styles, Communication in Relationships, Fear of Commitment and Healthy Boundaries — Lisa Scott

Attachment Styles, Communication in Relationships, Fear of Commitment and Healthy Boundaries — Lisa Scott

The Nishant Garg Show

“Trauma isn’t what happens to you, it’s what happens inside you.”

Gabor Maté

This post highlights some of the resources by Lisa Scott listened to, recently which I enjoyed so much. In fact, I have been listening to this podcast on repeat. So, here is backstory. In the second week of April 2021, I was feeling deep emotional pain and heartache. I’ve been in the process of understanding and uncovering my own childhood issues and trauma. I had heard Gabor Mate and other Legendaries mention about parent-child attachments during early years and how it shapes our relationships with ourselves and with others when we grow older.

I searched “attachment” on Spotify and this new podcast from Lisa popped up. As I started listening—I was completely thrilled and it resonated with me so much that I could go back (in my mind) to my childhood and see some deep things with less resistance and better clarity.

Hence, I decided to list down all the podcast episodes I listened to in a week so that you can also learn about attachment styles and their close siblings.

Lisa Scott is a licensed professional counselor and host of her own podcast, What’s Next With Lisa Scott. Lisa is well known for her solution based and client focused style of therapy. Aside from hosting her own podcast, Lisa owns a private practice, and is a professor of psychology. With over fifteen years of experience as a mental health professional and experience ranging from crisis intervention in a clinical setting to working with families and individuals, Lisa’s  passion and focus remains on empowering people to establish healthy loving relationships not only with themselves but with others in their life .

Lisa’s podcast is for all ages and all walks all life. If you’re human this podcast is for you. Lisa Scott is a licensed professional counselor who has developed techniques to start living a more authentic, fulfilled life, by taking common theories from the therapy world and making them relatable and something people can connect to. Anger, sadness, anxiety, self worth, authenticity and how to take your power back are just of the the concepts she discusses.

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Please be sure to see the important disclaimer at the bottom of this post. Now, please enjoy!

Podcasts I listened to:

  • Anxious Attachment in Relationships: In this episode, Lisa talks about what it looks like to anxiously attach to people in relationships, and how that can hinder your relationship success. Listen to this episode on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or anywhere you get your podcasts.
  • Fearful Avoidant Attachment Style in Relationships: In this episode Lisa discusses, fearful avoidant relationship style. This attachment style can prove to be one of the most difficult, because these people withdrawal often times with no warning when things get too intimate. Listen in as Lisa explains how to spot it in someone you’re dating, how to spot it in yourself, and how to work through it to form a secure attachment. 
  • Dismissive Avoidant Attachment Style in Relationships: In this episode, Lisa discusses third attachment style, dismissive avoidant style. This attachment style can be a result of a caregiver who minimized their child’s feelings, and therefore never taught the child how to feel or to be comfortable with anyone else’s feelings. Listen in, as Lisa tells you what it is, how to spot it, and what to do about it. 
  • Secure Attachment in Relationships: In this episode, Lisa details what secure attachment is, what it feels like, how to find it, and how to take care of it. If you’re craving a healthy relationship, listen in learn how to connect to yourself and those around you in a way that feels empowered and healthy. 
  • Communication in Relationships: Why does communicating in your relationship always seem so hard??? Listen in, as Lisa goes through what healthy communication in a relationship looks like as well as gives some pointers and advice regarding how to start communicating more effectively in your relationship, today! Lisa also answers a listeners question about how to get over a break up. 
  • Healthy Boundaries and Toxic Positivity: In this episode, Lisa helps you work through how to set healthy boundaries that feel good and don’t alienate everyone around you. Lisa also addresses how being too positive all of the time can actually become a toxic coping mechanism.
  • Do You Have A Fear of Commitment?: In this episode, Lisa explains what a fear of commitment actually means and she explains how to get to the root of pushing through that discomfort. Lisa also details what kind of things you need to do to help ensure you can enter a relationship with a secure attachment vs an anxious or insecure one. 

IMPORTANT DISCLAIMER: Please note that Information shared in this post is for educational purposes only, and is not intended in any way as psychological treatment, advice or consultation of any kind. “if you are struggling with relationship issues,trauma and other mental health issues, please seek the treatment of a licensed mental health professional.

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