It’s normal to feel anxious about things going on in your relationship at one point or another. However, this anxiety can sometimes be overwhelming and difficult. You don’t have to be at the mercy of your anxious feelings. Listen to today’s show to learn tools to navigate your relationships with more internal calm and peace.

In this episode with Chris Rackcliffe we discuss relationship advice topics that include:

  • Understanding where our anxious patterns may originate from
  • How to not abandon yourself when in relationships
  • Important nervous system regulation tools
  • The value of diversifying your sources of connection to relieve relationship anxiety
  • Signs of codependency and how to cope with it
  • Dealing with fears of abandonment
  • Working on your self worth and feelings of unworthiness
  • And much more!

Chris Rackliffe is a trauma healer, mental health advocate, anxious attachment style coach, and author of “It’s Good to See Me Again.” He has helped hundreds worldwide heal their anxious attachment style and grow more secure by integrating trauma, regulating the nervous system, and setting boundaries. Previously, Chris led social media for top magazines like Entertainment Weekly and Men’s Health. With a B.S. in Psychology from the University of Miami, he now shares his insights through books, coaching, newsletters, podcasts, and a TikTok community of over 145,000. Chris resides in Charleston, South Carolina.





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