You know what they say, opinions are like noses, everyone has one. Sometimes it is easy to get caught up in worrying about what others think of us. Sure, we all want to be liked. But when we get too attached to the way others feel about us, it can wreak havoc on our self-esteem and cause us to second-guess ourselves unnecessarily.
Our attachment styles are deeply ingrained by the time we reach adulthood. As mentioned in the previous article, attachment style is developed even in utero, and it is fostered throughout our early childhood, often becoming reinforced by family dynamics and peer relationships throughout life. When one has insecure attachments, it impacts most relationships, from co-workers to friends and of course, intimate relationships.
The decision to come out to friends and family as lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender is a life changing one. I have written an article
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It seems there was less talk about New Year Resolutions during the transition from 2020 to 2021. Perhaps that was one of the few positive