What attachment style do you have? Secure, Anxious, Avoidant or Fearful-Avoidant?
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Four distinct forms of attachment styles are recognized by therapists, counselors, and mental health experts. These characteristics or styles are based on attachment theory, which was initially put out by British psychotherapist John Bowlby in the 1960s.
Those who feel secure have healthy, realistic expectations that their own needs will be fulfilled as well as the ability to meet the needs of others.
An anxious attachment is termed unstable and insecure with the constant need or reassurance.
Avoidant (also called dismissive) attachments style's main characteristic is being uncomfortable with closeness and emotional intimacy.
This attachment style is a mix of feeling anxious and insecure + feeling scared of intimacy and emotional closeness.
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Which attachment style do you think you have? How does it affect your life and relationships? Let's talk!
Polina from the Carenity team
I have the secure attachment in my life
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