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Created by personal development leader, Thais Gibson!

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Take our free attachment style test to discover your attachment style. Knowing your attachment style is the first step to creating more meaningful connections, feeling valued, and developing more harmony in all of your relationships. Learn about how your childhood experiences form your beliefs on emotional intimacy, adult relationships, personal growth, and self-awareness.

Attachment Styles Description

What Are The Four Attachment Styles?

Attachment Theory is the single largest predictor of success in your relationships, whether they are romantic partners, familial (such as parents, caregivers, or siblings), or platonic (friends).

There are four types of attachment styles, all with different characteristics. Three are recognized as insecure attachment styles; the other is securely attached. Take our free test to find out which attachment style you have.


Anxious Preoccupied

Relationships can often make you feel anxious, unsafe, or insecure because you likely have a subconscious fear of abandonment. As a result, you seek more closeness in your relationships, need constant reassurance, and can feel afraid if there is a strong sense a loved one is pulling away. While anxiously attached partners can be "clingy", there are several ways to overcome it.


Fearful Avoidant

Also known as the "disorganized attachment style". Relationships can feel chaotic, confusing, and overwhelming because you swing between being avoidant and anxious. Depending on the relationship, you can shift between being "hot and cold," often feeling confused about your feelings. FAs are known for having elements of both anxious and avoidant attachment styles but, can heal their fearful avoidance using several tools.


Dismissive Avoidant

Intense emotions can feel overwhelming and can cause you to pull away from others. You may find yourself withdrawing from arguments or triggering situations. This need for independence can cause challenges in your relationships and inner conflict for you because you want to connect with others on a deeper level and desire affection and comfort. Changing your approach to intimacy can help overcome these challenges.


Secure Attached

You often feel comfortable and at ease in secure relationships. You’re also good at communicating your needs and feelings and feel open to vulnerability in healthy relationships. However, sometimes you can experience difficulty when relating to those who aren’t as secure in relationships. You bond better with secure people seeking close or long-term relationships. Anyone can cultivate a secure attachment style through patience and persistence.

Our free 5-minute quiz and personalized report will help you heal your attachment style and unlock the keys to a healthy, loving relationship!

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