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62. Intimacy Avoidance & Dealing with Triggers

Interview with Certified Partner Coach Shawna Meek

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Season 3, episode 62
49 min / Published

Learning how to emotionally regulate yourself when you get triggered is a really useful skill in recovery. Today, partner coach Shawna Meek teaches us how to listen to what our bodies are trying to tell us, and shares techniques to help us bring our brains back on line and settle ourselves.  From her own experience of being married to an intimacy avoidant spouse, Shawna also shares the best way to help someone who is acting in instead of acting out. 

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Shawna Meek's practice - Living Stones Coaching

Click here for the book Shawna mentioned  Attachments by Dr. Tim Clinton & Dr. Gary Sibcy 

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