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  • [Rerun] Dr. Kirk continues to answer patron emails about attachment. (Intro)

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  • Dr. Kirk’s deep dive on dependent personality disorder. (Intro)

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  • Dr. Kirk’s deep dive on dependent personality disorder. (Intro)

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  • Dr. Kirk’s deep dive on dependent personality disorder. (Intro)

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  • [Rerun] Dr. Kirk answers patron emails about attachment.

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  • Dr. Kirk and Bob answer patron emails.

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  • Dr. Kirk and Rebecca Bloom answer patron emails.

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  • Dr. Kirk and Bob answer patron emails.

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  • [Rerun] Dr. Kirk and Bob distinguish between preoccupied and disorganized attachment styles. (Intro)

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  • Dr. Kirk and Humberto answer patron emails.

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  • Dr. Kirk and Humberto explore stories from listeners about gaslighting and other related concepts.

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  • Dr. Kirk and Humberto discuss divorce stats and other things.

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  • [Rerun] Dr. Kirk and Bob explore disorganized attachment.

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  • Dr. Kirk and Bob answer patron emails on ethical and professional issues.

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  • We test various movies on how inclusive they are. Join Dr. Kirk, Humberto, and Collin by testing your favorite movies on diversity representation.

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  • Dr. Kirk answers patron questions about abuse.

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  • [Rerun] Bob describes his attachment style.

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  • Dr. Kirk answers patron questions about abuse.

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