We’re answering a podcast listener’s question about whether a person can simultaneously have a romantic insecure attachment and a secure parent-child attachment and how she can foster a sense of safety and attunement with their child.
A listener wonders if there are things she can do to repair the relationship ruptures between her ex and her child. Hear the advice Dr. Sarah Bren, Dr. Emily Upshur, and Dr. Rebecca Hershberg share with her!
Whether you are in a fully codependent relationship or not, there can be subtle things people do in romantic relationships, with friends, and within a parent-child relationship that can heighten aspects of codependency. Here to help parents spot the signs of codependency (whether in yourself or in your partner in parenting) and teach you strategies and behaviors to help you create a more healthy and secure relationship with your child is self-proclaimed “Codependent Perfectionist” and LMHC Alana Carvalho.
Eve Rodsky’s Fair Play method has swept the nation and become a cultural phenomenon. By being intentional about how we define our roles, rebalancing our to-do list, and feeling aligned with our partners, we are able to challenge societal norms to find a fair balance of the mental load of parenthood that works best for us.