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To what extent do our loved ones become attached to you? us? Thanks to a theory of social psychology and a very clear grid, it is possible to understand them better.

Have you ever done this? requested if your spouse or friends really care about you you? Human relationships can be complex and sometimes confusing. To better understand the dynamics of the links that unite us, it can be useful to have a few tools. And specialists have created an analysis grid to explain “attachment styles”. This grid can help you to Evaluate the attachment of your spouse or friends towards you.

When we talk about attachment styles, we are talking about behavioral patterns that describe the way individuals view their relationships. These models are based on work in social psychology. The four main attachment styles are: 'secure', 'preoccupied', 'detached', and 'fearful' and 'avoidant'.

Attachment theory has been developed developed by psychoanalysts John Bowlby and Mary Ainsworth in the 1950s. It initially aimed to understand the behavior of infants when separated from their caregivers. However, she has since been extended to explain the behavior of adults in their romantic relationships.

This theory is today very widely explained in numerous psychology textbooks, very appreciated by the general public. As an example, ;'The New Science of Attachment and How You Can Find Love,' written by Dr. Amir Levine and Rachel Heller in 2010, has recently experienced a sales boom.  On TikTok, as for For him, the hashtag # attachmentstyle was viewed more than a billion times.

How our loved ones think

Here is the grid which allows us to identify types of attachment, they serve as analysis grid.

  1. “Secure” attachment – People with a "secure" attachment are at risk. comfortable with privacy and proximity. They are able to openly communicate their needs and feelings in their relationships. These individuals show warmth and love and they trust their partners without fear of abandonment. In general, they are happier in their relationships.

  2. “Preoccupied” attachment– People with a “preoccupied” attachment desire privacy in their lives. and closeness, but they are sensitive to potential threats in their relationship. They may need frequent validation from their partner and, when they feel threatened, they may resort to validation. protest behavior to reestablish the bond.

  3. “Detached” attachment– People with a “detached” attachment associate intimacy with others. à loss of independence. They tend to withdrawing when someone gets too close. Although they may love, they feel overwhelmed by closeness.

  4. “Fearful” avoidant attachment– This style combines traits of the 'preoccupied' and 'detached' styles. These individuals desire connection but fear being hurt in relationships. They tend to push people away for fear of betrayal.

Keep at agrave; Keep in mind that attachment styles are not rigid categories, but rather orientations on a spectrum. They can vary from relationship to relationship. the other. Furthermore, they are not value judgments; they are part of our behavior.

Understanding attachment styles can be a valuable tool for improving our relationships with our spouses, friends, family and colleagues. gues. These styles can evolve over time, and relationships can be strengthened through them. communication, understanding and learning mutual love. According to the experts who rely on this analysis grid, the key is The key to more fulfilling relationships lies in awareness and mutual respect for our needs and those of our loved ones.

Teilor Stone

By Teilor Stone

Teilor Stone has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining Thesaxon , Teilor Stone worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my teilor@nizhtimes.com 1-800-268-7116