Fri, 28 May | Why don't you have closeness with anyone?

Why don't you have closeness with anyone?🧍‍♂️------------🧍‍♀️

"Fearing intimacy and avoiding closeness in relationships is the norm for about 17% of adults in Western cultures."Join this Mental Health Adda to be able to, talk openly about how you feel what you feel and why within a group of people who aren't there to judge but there to share and listen.
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Why don't you have closeness with anyone?🧍‍♂️------------🧍‍♀️

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28 May, 18:00 – 19:00 GMT+5:30
Why don't you have closeness with anyone?

About the Event

"Fearing intimacy and avoiding closeness in relationships is the norm for about 17% of adults in Western cultures."

As many readers understand, it can be crazy-making and even infuriating to feel dismissed and shut down when you try to get close to someone you love. If you are the avoidant person, you may feel equally confused by the unreasonable emotional demands and neurotic nature of the people you are in a relationship with. “What do these people want from me?” you might ask. You might be mystified by accusations that you don’t care and are not there for your loved ones…when you feel that you do care for them and love them greatly.

The good and the bad news is that this pattern is totally normal…but this doesn’t mean that it feels good to be in a relationship with someone who detaches and deactivates their emotions when things get heated. But it is important to understand that avoidance of intimacy does not necessarily mean someone doesn’t care. It usually isn’t even a conscious process. It is in large part a biological reaction that was ingrained in the structures of the central nervous system through certain parenting practices in childhood.

Join this Mental Health Adda to be able to, for once, talk openly about how you feel what you feel and why within a group of like-minded people who aren't there to judge but there to share and listen."

What is a Mental Health Adda?

The Mental Health Adda is a support group cum listening circle that invites people to start meaningful and heartfelt conversations about their issues, in a safe and non-judgmental space, facilitated by a Therapist. EduPsych's "Mental Health Adda" offers you a safe space to seek solace and heal through the power of community.

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