Emily Ratajkowski attributes overcoming her ‘fear of abandonment’ to counseling

Emily Ratajkowski attributes overcoming her ‘fear of abandonment’ to counseling

Emily Ratajkowski talks up about her therapy experience and how it helped her overcome her “abandonment anxiety.”

The model told listeners of her podcast “High Low” on Thursday that she had improved herself by researching attachment patterns.

The actress began by stating, “I’ve been in treatment for quite a while.”

Ratajkowski, age 31, revealed that when she began therapy, she was deemed to have a “anxious preoccupied” attachment style, but that she has since advanced to a “more secure” form.

The actress, who divorced husband Sebastian Bear-McClard earlier this year due to a cheating scandal, went on to describe apprehensive personality types.

She answered, “It suggests you don’t want to be alone.” “You typically have a poor impression of yourself and a favorable view of others.

“They frequently seek their partner’s approval, support, and responsiveness. You constantly seek reassurance from your parents,” Ratajkowski continued.

The actress “learned to be independent” after undergoing “extensive” counseling.

While some people develop with the help of supportive partners, the “iCarly” alum stated, “I learnt to be independent and confront the source of my abandonment anxiety in therapy.”

Ratajkowski stated that she is attempting to establish a “secure” relationship with her one-year-old son, Sylvester.

Three months after filing for divorce from spouse Sebastian Bear-McClard, with whom she shares a son, the model made these remarks.

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Three months after filing for divorce from spouse Sebastian Bear-McClard, with whom she shares a son, the model made these remarks.

Sylvester was born in March 2021, a year prior to Ratajkowski and Bear-separation. McClard’s

Since then, the “We Are Your Friends” star has been linked to “Saturday Night Live” alum Pete Davidson and DJ Orazio Rispo. In September, she was also romantically linked to Brad Pitt.

Ratajkowski has since dated, among other celebrities, Pete Davidson.

In an October interview with Harper’s Bazaar, Ratajkowski stated that she no longer desires to be a “pick-me-girl” while dating.

The author of “My Body” stated at the time, “I wasn’t very good at picking what I loved previously.” “It is now a lot of fun to go to dinner with someone and say, ‘Cool. I thoroughly enjoyed these portions. I actually disliked these other sections.'”

While dating, the “Gone Girl” star does not “owe anything to anyone.”

The following month, Ratajkowski told the co-hosts of the “Today” show that she enjoys “doing her own thing.”

She said, “Honestly, it’s really beautiful. My sole debt is to my son.

 

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