Paul Brunson: Attachment theory, dating apps, and bunions
Listen now
Description
Are we making ourselves unhappy by setting unrealistic expectations for our relationships? Matchmaker Paul C Brunson thinks we might just be.   In this chat, Fearne and Paul explore attachment theory, communication styles, and the idea that instead of looking for ‘the one’ we should prioritise doing more of the things that light us up. Plus, Paul explains why the biggest rule of dating is to find the person you want to break the rules with...   Paul’s book, Find Love, is published by Happy Place Books on February 1st.   Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
More Episodes
Being deep in the middle of therapy can be draining. Ultimate Fighting Championship athlete Molly McCann has been working hard to understand her more toxic traits and behaviours, and her vulnerability has made her a stronger fighter.   In this chat with Fearne, Molly talks about how she’s learnt...
Published 05/27/24
Sociopathy should be understood as a spectrum disorder. It’s a disorder that affects roughly 5% of the population – similar to the number of people who have depression or anxiety. Patric Gagne is a sociopath.   In this chat with Fearne, Patric explains the difference between a psychopath and a...
Published 05/20/24
Published 05/20/24