Amy Chan How To Get Over A Break Up According To Science

Getting over a breakup is never easy, and the world we live in today adds its own set of challenges.


Whether it's the digital age influencing our connections  or because of how fast-paced life is, these changes often have the biggest effect on our relationships.


In this episode, we're going to go on a journey that will show us the science behind  healing from breakups and how our early experiences impacts our relationships as adults.


We're joined by none other than Amy Chan, a renowned breakup expert and known as the "scientific Carrie Bradshaw."


Amy will discuss the science behind getting over a breakup and look at how different childhood situations, especially for Asian Americans, can affect relationships in different ways.


Tune in and take the first step towards healing and growth.


Here’s what you can learn in the episode: 

[00:05:24] Breakup struggles lead to creation of bootcamp.

[00:09:27] Breakup healing stages, no contact rule.

[00:13:48] Different attachment styles influence breakup processing. 

[00:15:38] Collectivistic values hinder emotional expression and support.

[00:18:35] Attachment styles studied, affect adult relationships. Secure, avoidant, anxious types exist.

[00:22:27] Attractions of deprivation explained, childhood wounds reflected.

[00:26:34] Optimize dating strategy, consider long-term goals

[00:29:09] Chemistry can be misleading, prioritize values

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