Anxious-Ambivalent Attachment Explained

Anxious-Ambivalent Attachment Explained

Anxious-Ambivalent Attachment Explained Anxiety is defined as a feeling of unease, such as worry or fear, that can either be mild or severe. It is a perfectly normal feeling that is very common, but it is also the main symptom of conditions such as panic disorders, phobias, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and social anxiety disorders.…

Secure Attachment What Is It

Secure Attachment: What Is It?

Secure Attachment: What Is It? Throughout life, we will experience both good and bad relationships with people from the early stages of childhood all the way through adolescence and finally into adulthood. However, the way we build and respond to these relationships can be different for every individual. But why? Well, it all stems from…

4 Types Of Emotional Attachment

4 Types Of Emotional Attachment

4 Types Of Emotional Attachment Emotional attachment, having feelings of closeness and affection, are key to sustaining meaningful relationships and are an important component in the process of human connection. This can be with or without romantic and sexual attraction, and it can help you feel safe, comfortable and happy when in another person’s company.…

Anxious-Avoidant Attachment What Does This Mean

Anxious-Avoidant Attachment: What Does This Mean?

Anxious-Avoidant Attachment: What Does This Mean? Anxious-avoidant attachment is one of four different variations of adult attachment. Those suffering from anxious-avoidant attachment have a yearning and need for close, meaningful relationships. However, they may find themselves unable to form these attachments due to distrusting others, causing a cycle of attachment issues and an overall fear…

What Is Disorganised Attachment

What Is Disorganised Attachment?

What is Disorganised Attachment? As soon as we are born, we try to form an attachment with our parents or caregivers. We depend upon someone entirely to nurture us, feed us and protect us from a new world; this connection is known as a secure attachment. However, when that trusting bond is violated or abused,…