PSY Week 2 - part two Attachment and Relationships

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Attachment and relationships 1 ATTACHMENT STYLE AND RELATIONSHIPS Attachment Styles and Relationships Eric DeMent Axia College of University of Phoenix
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Attachment and relationships 2 Attachment Styles When someone thinks of attachment they might think of a person that has a prosthetic leg, a child’s attachment to a pacifier, or an attachment to a socket wrench. What do you think when someone says the word attachment? No one would automatically think of individual attachment or how it relates to one’s life. One would expect that the last thing that some people is going to think about is how individual attachment can effect a love relationship. Well, we are going to think that way today. How does individual attachment affect the types of love relationships? In order to answer this question we must first ask ourselves, what are considered attachment styles? There are three different individual attachment styles and they are secure, avoidant, and anxious (Bolt, 2004). Questions can be asked to yourself or by someone else to
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This note was uploaded on 02/04/2011 for the course PYS 220 taught by Professor Many during the Spring '11 term at University of Phoenix.

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