attachment theory

49: Survival of the Friendliest

Subscribe: iTunes | Stitcher | Google Play | Spotify We all love more of a good thing but are too many friends bad for you? Our favorite psychotherapist, John Tsilimparis, is back to wrap up our friendship series and he’s bringing the science and deeply emotional reasons to answer all our questions. From what are…

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48: Friend or Frenemy?

Subscribe: iTunes | Stitcher | Google Play | Spotify What kind of friend are you anyway? Do you have close friends at work or just work acquaintances? Have you ever met a person who tried a little too hard to be your friend to learn later they only cared about your failure? Making and maintaining…

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47: Friends & Colin Farrell . . . Such Is Life

Subscribe: iTunes | Stitcher | Google Play | Spotify We continue our friendship series and dive deeper into making friends, keeping friends, and breaking up with friends. We talk about platonic love (or friends without those benefits), the modern concept of your soulmate also being your best friend, and why statistics say we’re failing at…

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46: “Tell Me Who Your Friends Are And I’ll Tell You Who You Are.”

Subscribe: iTunes | Stitcher | Google Play | Spotify This week we dive into an underrated topic:  the evolution of friendships.  We get personal as we discuss the correlation between how we evolve as people and how our friendships evolve with us.  What do you need from friends now versus when you are in your…

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26: Is The Juice Worth The Squeeze?

Subscribe: iTunes | Stitcher | Google Play | Spotify In a follow up to our last episode, we continue the discussion on the effects the pandemic has had on personal and professional relationships from a millennial mindset as special guest, Ashley Hall, joins the conversation. Are the societal changes we are seeing permanent or just…

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