Attachment_Style_and_Relationships_part_II

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Attachment Style and Relationships part II Our interaction with our caregivers very early in life has a great effect on our adult relationships. As adults, the interactions that we had with our caregivers will yield one of three attachment styles . If a child’s interaction with their primary caregiver is warm and responsive, they will develop a secure attachment style and as adults they will likely feel secure in their love relationships. They will also feel comfortable depending on their partners and will not worry about becoming too dependent or being abandoned. Children who are raised by cold and rejecting parents often display an avoidant attachment style as adults and may have trouble getting close to others. People with avoidant attachment styles have difficulty trusting others and have a hard time depending on other people. They may find that it is hard to become intimate with their love partners as well. When children are raised by ambivalent or inconsistent parents, they will likely display an anxious attachment style as an adult. As an adult this person would likely be very possessive and jealous in their love relationships. They are usually untrusting and feel
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