127: Thais Gibson on The 4 Styles of Attachment and Changing Your Life for Good

Sep 21

Thais Gibson is an author, speaker, and co-creator of the Personal Development School. She is extremely passionate about personal growth, the subconscious mind, and connecting with others. With an MA and over 13 different certifications ranging from CBT to hypnosis, Thais strives to continuously learn and grow.

Thais is best known for her contributing work and research on Attachment Theory and the impact of attachment trauma on our adult romantic relationships. She overlaps attachment trauma challenges with personal core wounds, limiting beliefs and emotional patterns at the subconscious level to give us deeper insight into ourselves and our relationships. Her book, The Attachment Theory Guide, was written on this topic and her Youtube channel often focuses on educating people on how to subconsciously reprogram this area of their lives.

After overcoming her own challenges with addiction in her early years, Thais is profoundly determined to educate people on how they can reprogram painful or limiting programs in their own mind. She is focused on helping people retrain their brain to achieve relationship fulfillment, abundance and personal freedom in their lives.

In this episode, Thais Gibson talks about:

  • The Attachment Theory
  • Four styles of attachment
  • Most common style of attachment
  • Securely Attached
  • Attachment style and self confidence
  • 3 Insecure Attachment styles
  • Codependency
  • Making eye contact with children
  • Opposite attachment styles attracting each other
  • Hyper attunement and being an empath
  • People pleasing attachment style
  • Kate’s observation on her own attachment style and early imprints
  • Most important developmental years of life
  • Retraining the subconscious
  • Core wounds for insecure attachment styles
  • The mind and the “worse case scenario”
  • Learning a response to our needs
  • Express feelings and feel the feelings
  • Getting in tune with our needs and specific times
  • Pain vs. suffering
  • Reprogram stories we tell ourselves
  • Trauma and survival mode
  • Reenacting trauma in our own minds
  • How a trigger works in the subconscious mind
  • Starting steps to overcome trauma
  • Using feelings for feedback

Featured Guest

Thais Gibson


Thais’ Website

About the Author

Kate Jaramillo: Creator of Ketogenic Living 101, 102, Straight-Up Wellness & Keto Living Coach Certification. Wellness Advocate & Badass.