Based on your responses, your attachment style is avoidant. So what does that actually mean? You may be uncomfortable with closeness, and you prefer spending time alone over visiting with friends and family.
In romantic relationships, you may struggle to trust your partner. You value independence and freedom over all else and don’t want anyone holding you back.
You might not like to seek help, even if it is warranted. You prefer to be self-reliant, and would rather others not depend on you too much.
Want to learn more?
Discover more about avoidant attachment style here. From there, you have the option to find out about the other three attachment styles, so you can better understand your friends, family, and partners who display these qualities.
Almost half of us struggle with some form of insecure attachment, so we’re never alone in our relationship challenges. Most of the time, these attachment issues develop as a result of unmet needs in childhood.
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