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What is Attachment?

Attachment is the emotional connection that forms in early childhood. At 10-20 months of age, based on our parents' behavior, your bond will be shaped. By the time she was two years old, she was already burned in.


The resulting attachment style essentially drives how we experience relationships as adults, both the romantic and the platonic. Your attachment style is the basis for your subsequent psychological development. The foundation should be strong before you work on yourself psychologically in any other way.

What is attachment disorder?

Attachment disorder is a dysfunctional relationship pattern that we repeat as adults. These patterns are the result of treatment by the primary caregiver in early childhood. 32% of adults suffer from an attachment disorder. Very few had ideal parents.


How do your attachment patterns affect your life?

Attachment style determines how we approach, communicate in, and shape relationships. Most of the time it even determines the quality and duration of our relationships.

The influence extends beyond relationships. It determines how we behave in different social contexts and how we feel about ourselves


How do your attachment patterns affect your relationships?

Why do some form happy long-lasting relationships with ease when others struggle to form secure relationships?

An insecure attachment style makes it difficult for people to feel secure in intimate relationships. We offer an effective way of healing.


Heal your inner child

Most people experience injuries, insults or suboptimal support from their own parents in their childhood.

These early imprints, wounds, and missing experiences run deep and continue to influence adult behavior. They lay the foundation for one's self-esteem, the quality of relationships, and basic well-being.

The totality of all these imprints and experiences is often referred to as the "inner child". In the workshop you will use a groundbreaking new method, the Ideal Parent Protocol, to overwrite your past experiences and heal your attachment experiences.

The fearful inner child

  • Are you constantly thinking about how to make your partner happy?

  • Do your thoughts constantly circle around your partner's words or actions until they spiral out of control?

  • Do you find it difficult to trust your partner?

  • Do you cling to relationships to be happy and to feel a purpose in life?


The avoidant inner child

  • Are you constantly looking for faults or problems in your partner?

  • Are you always looking for things that could go wrong in your relationships?

  • Do you withdraw from your partner when he or she tries to get closer to you?

  • Do you find it difficult to show yourself vulnerable to your partner?

The safe inner child

  • You are able to regulate your emotion and needs in relationships.

  • You have a strong goal-oriented demeanor when you're by yourself.

  • You are good at connecting with others, opening yourself up and trusting others.

  • You have the feeling that you can influence your environment and your relationships according to your wishes and needs.

  • You feel comfortable and secure with closeness and interdependence.

  • You actively seek emotional support from your partner and also offer emotional support.

  • You can be alone and use the time for exploration and development.

  • You have a high capacity for self-reflection on how you relate to others.


your inner child?

Do you recognize yourself in the descriptions? Most people tend towards either the fearful inner child or the avoidant inner child.

Such an inner child makes it difficult for people to feel secure in intimate relationships. Would you like to change this?  We offer an effective way of change.


relationship-capable & fulfilled?

Create an ideal second childhood and thus a strong self that is up to any challenge.

We'll show you how to overwrite early attachment experiences, boost your well-being, have happier relationships and friendships, and develop a stronger self.

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