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Good health comes from the head

what is your type of attachement?

Descriptions refer to your CULTURE and describe the relationship with your parents, or those who have replaced your parents. If you have more people in the role of a parent (for example, a real father and later eyes), answer for those who have had a greater impact on you. If at that time there were no such people in your life at that time, then it would be necessary to use another method to determine your type of attachment.

A. They were generally warm to me and I felt close to them. They knew very well when they should support me and when they should let me do my own thing. I almost always felt nice in this relationship.

B. They were pretty cold, I was not close, I felt they were rejecting me. I often felt that their thoughts were different and that they would get rid of me if I could.

C. In their reactions to me, they were quite volatile, sometimes warm, sometimes not. They had their own needs and dealings, which were sometimes obstructed in contacts and responses to me. They surely liked me, but they did not always show it in the best way.

D. In my relationship I was confused several times, I never knew what was right and what was not. At the same time I wanted their closeness, but when they were with me, I did not feel good, because my closeness was disturbing me. I could never know what they really thought and wanted from me.

A: Safe attachment

B: Ambivalent attachment

C: Avoiding attachment

D: Disorganized attachment

We do not want to say that with you or your type of attachment something is wrong, it is only good to know that the type of attachment we were raised conditioned everything that was going on in important years of development - from the election of society, to the realization of the world - in later adulthood, however, this type of attachment will show itself in self esteem to itself. If we simplify it, we can say that parents like us in our childhood - so we will love ourselves in the later adulthood.

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