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Attachment

Attachment is a fundamental aspect of human development and plays a vital role in shaping a person's social and emotional well-being throughout life.

The development of attachment begins in infancy and is influenced by a variety of factors, including the quality of care and responsiveness provided by the caregiver. Depending on how and when our "primary caregiver" responds to our needs, we develop an understanding of how relationships work and what we can expect from others in the future.

Our primary attachment style is important because it serves as the "blueprint" for our future relationships. If we are neglected and abused as children, it oftentimes can become the case that we are treated poorly in our future relationships. That is why it is essential to heal our attachment wounds. We may not choose where we come from, but we can choose where we go from there. While we may start off in erratic homes with minimal love, this does not mean we will always be destined to unhealthy relationships.

Keep scrolling to learn more about the attachment process and how to heal an insecure attachment in the space below. 

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Attachment and Close Relationships Quiz

Click on the link below to discover your relationship patterns and attachment styles.

Attachment Styles

There are four different types of attachment styles: One secure attachment and three insecure attachments. The three insecure attachments include anxious, avoidant, and disorganized. 
 

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