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Attachment begins when we are young children and follows us into adulthood. When a young child has separation anxiety from their mother, they have formed an “insecure attachment.” There are three main attachment styles: secure, anxious, and avoidant. Learning how you attach to others sheds light on your ability to initiate and maintain both friendships and romantic relationships. Different handbooks of attachment theory and research papers have been written over to explain the concept of attachment. Here you will find articles that help you understand attachment classifications, the importance of attachment and how it impacts your connections with others. Whether it’s your family, partner, friends or even co-workers, your attachment style is an integral part of how you relate to others.

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