Sensations of comfort and calmness from a close relationship are developed from a young age. Children are taught they should derive love and security from their relationships. Children who experience close and rewarding personal relationships with family and friends are taught to seek our additional healthy and functional relationships later in life. 

Psychologists and therapists call one’s degree of connection to healthy relationships their “attachment style”. Attachment styles include secure, avoidant, anxious, and disorganized. Fortunately, adults can ameliorate their attachment style even as they grow older. Learning more about the different types of attachment style can help you identify yours and maybe even rethink the types of relationships you seek out in your life. 

Read the full solutions news article below to learn more about the different styles of attachment and how they can impact your personal relationships.