Nov 9, 2021
Today, I'm sharing a beautiful conversation with my friend, Tracy Crossley about overcoming self-sabotage. Tracy's written a book called Overcoming Insecure Attachment and we’re discussing what it is and how to help yourself if you have tendencies that get in your way from being your best self.
Tracy's popular weekly mental health podcast, Overcome Insecure Attachment offers listeners a different perspective when it comes to breaking the cycle of unhealthy behaviors that keep them stuck repeating pain-inducing actions on auto-pilot. The podcast addresses folks who want to deal with their emotional baggage and get unstuck, happy, and have a clear mindset.
Tracy mentions: “So we take a deep dive and it's kind of a long process, but anyways, we take a deep dive and I'll just wrap it up with, you know, we have to go to the awareness, the feeling and emotionally risky action. And that's what we have to lead people through. So it's more of, it's a linear thing. But it's not like you can go - okay, I did step one. Now I've got to use step two because we deal with emotions and how they live in the body and how to break a pattern this way. And once people can learn how to break a pattern permanently, they can do it anywhere in their life. They can, they can just know, okay, I've got to maybe work through this resistance. I have to do it. But once I do, then I can break the pattern.”
Tracy Crossley is a Behavioral Relationship Expert, Author and Podcast Host, who specializes in treating individuals with unhealthy LIFE and relationship patterns. Tracy helps clients transform, impostor syndrome, insecure attachment, negative belief systems, breaking the cycle of narcissistic damage, destructive self-talk, and more. With a background in psychology, an innate emotional intuition, which draws from her own personal experience. Tracy shows her clients how to PERMANENTLY change the repetition of the unhealthy, unhappy and unfulfilled cycles personally and professionally.
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In bookstores now: Overcoming Insecure Attachment - 8 Proven Steps to Recognizing Anxious and Avoidant Attachment Styles and Building Healthier, Happier Relationships