Attachment Theory: An Introduction to Insecure Attachment
In my last post, I introduced the attachment styles, likened them to trampolines, and started to explain why an insecure attachment to a...
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Hi, I'm Raheena.
I have spent a lot of time trying to solve the question of how we end family violence.
Like most difficult questions, it’s a bit of a puzzle and I’ve gone on a scavenger hunt throughout my career trying to find different pieces.
The purpose of this blog is to introduce different pieces I’ve found, and try to situate each in their respective place in the puzzle.
Come join me!
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"... the arbiters of what is "reasonable" in these interactions are those whose power is being challenged..." - Gemma Hartley
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