Episode from the podcastMiddle Finger to Perfection

Getting Our Needs Met in Relationships with Caitlin Cantor

Released Monday, 28th September 2020
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HERE'S A SNEAK PEEK OF THE GOODNESS…

“The skills that work well for you in a lot of areas of your life are different than the ones you need for relationships.” - Caitlin Cantor

“It’s a partnership, not a twinship, which means two different people coming together.” - Caitlin Cantor

“Perfectionism is a manifestation of shame.” - Caitlin Cantor

“If we can’t allow ourselves to be good enough, it makes sense that we’re not going to allow someone else to be good enough.” -Caitlin Cantor

WHAT YOU'LL LEARN ABOUT IN THIS EPISODE…

How to have hard conversations, especially as a recovering perfectionist

Why control sets us up for disappointment

How we self-sabotage by “testing” our partners

Why it’s essential to create meetable expectations and needs in relationships

Getting to know our shame voice

LINKS

Caitlin’s Couch on the web

Caitlin’s Couch on Instagram

Catlin’s Modern Sex blog on Psychology Today

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50m 56s
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