With phrases like “you complete me” our culture idealizes connection between spouses or even friends that has no boundaries. This brand of intimacy sounds appealing but it doesn’t work well practically. Our desire for connection is innate, but vulnerability is messy and risky. My guest this week, Kimberly Galindo, encourages us instead that the point where “I” end and “you” begin is the point where we’re different, but it is our real point of connection. In our conversation Kimberly gives us some tools to communicate in a way that fosters connection, but maintains our separate personhood.
Kimberly is a licensed therapist with experience helping married couples and individuals connect well in many areas.
Connect with Kimberly Galindo:
- Website: https://www.aspenhausassociates.com/kimberly-galindo
- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thekimberlygalindo
- Instagram: @thekimberlygalindo
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