5 Signs You’re Emotionally Unavailable

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Do you attract emotionally unavailable partners? You might be emotionally unavailable yourself. Check out these 5 signs.

If you consistently attract emotionally unavailable partners, chances are you’re emotionally unavailable, too. The causes of emotional unavailability could include an insecure attachment style or childhood trauma.

Learning to recognize the signs of emotional unavailability will help you begin to heal and form relationships that are more intimate and longer lasting with partners who are emotionally available as well. In this video, you’ll learn five signs that you’re emotionally unavailable and what you can do about it.

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There’s Only One Relationship Problem

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My podcast guest, Figs O’Sullivan, says there’s only one relationship problem. Listen to this insightful episode to learn what it is.

Figs O’Sullivan has spent years working with frustrated couples at a crossroads in their relationship—they want to make things work but are stuck in what he calls their “Waltz of Pain”. This is what led him to create Empathi. Inspired by attachment theory, improvisational dance and theater, experiential psychotherapy, and EFT, Empathi provides fun, effective, and simple solutions to help couples stop fighting and snuggle more.

In this episode of Last First Date Radio:

  • The only relationship problem there is
  • The keys to making a long-term relationship work
  • How to reconnect when feeling disconnected from a partner
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Healing From Emotional Wounds and Trauma

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We all have emotional wounds and trauma from our past. In this episode, Chris Rackliffe helps us begin to heal so we can find lasting love.

Chris Rackliffe is a personal development writer and anxious attachment style coach, whose ability to paint with words has touched the lives of millions of people around the world. In It’s Good to See Me Again, Rackliffe shares stories that cut straight to the heart, detailing his own heartfelt and harrowing experiences to help others lead happier, healthier, more fulfilling lives. 

In this episode of Last First Date Radio:

  • What does it mean to take a trauma-informed approach to emotional healing?
  • What is nervous system regulation? Why is it important, and how can someone practice it?
  • How do attachment styles factor into emotional healing work?
  • In one of your TikTok videos, you mention how there are three aspects that are necessary for healing. What are they?
  • What are the most important takeaways for listeners regarding emotional healing? What do they need to focus on most?
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Recognizing and Healing Your Emotional Triggers

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Healing your emotional triggers is crucial in creating a healthy relationship — with yourself and others. In this video, learn how.

Relationships are fertile ground for emotional triggers, and it’s so important to heal them. In this video, you’ll learn: What triggers are, where they originate, and how healing your emotional triggers will improve your life and all your relationships.

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[VIDEO] Can Attraction Grow?

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The age old question – can attraction grow? In this video, you’ll discover what to do when the attraction isn’t strong at first.

Can attraction grow? You might have dated men where the ‘it’ factor wasn’t there. They were kind, smart, and good looking, but there were no butterflies. Do you continue dating men like this and hope attraction will grow? In this video, you’ll learn how attraction can grow and what’s necessary to make that happen.

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Dating With An Anxious Attachment Style

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If you’re dating with an anxious attachment style, listen to this episode with Jessica Baum. You’ll learn helpful tips for dating success.

Jessica Baum is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor (LMHC) who supports those struggling with anxiety, relationship conflict, marital issues, and codependent relationships. She’s the author of the upcoming book, Anxiously Attached: Becoming More Secure in Life and Love, to be published in June 2022, available for preorder now. Jessica is the founder of the Relationship Institute of Palm Beach, a group practice providing couples therapy, family counseling, and addiction therapy in south Florida since 2016, the Self-full® Method, and her sister company, Be Self-full.

In this episode of Last First Date Radio:

  • Tools to use when triggered in a relationship
  • How to become aware of repeating patterns of low self-worth and abandonment
  • How our nervous system impacts our relationships and is unconsciously driving our behavior
  • Healthy chemistry versus an activated nervous system
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