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Attachment issues can impact us starting in childhood and follow us into adulthood. There are four main types of attachments: secure, insecure, dismissive-avoidant, and fearful-avoidant. Depending on how your attachment to your parents was formed as a child, you will generally fall into one of those categories. Understanding how attachment works will further enlighten you as to how you relate to your relationships. You will have a better understanding of the dynamic between you and your partner and have a better chance at fostering healthy relationships in the future. Here you will find articles that will help you gain insight into what kind of attachments you have with the people in your life. You can learn how to form healthy connections with friends and family by gaining a better understanding of the power of attachment. It can also help you become healthier, stronger, and more independent.

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