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Finding Your Love Attachment Personality

Updated: Apr 4

There are four main types of love attachment personality, and knowing which one you belong to will help you choose a suitable partner.

The first is "secure attachment". People of this escorts are usually warm and easygoing, and it is easier to form close relationships with others. When they feel sad or hurt in life, they are willing to talk to their significant other, but at the same time they are willing to continue to take risks and explore the world.

The "securely attached" type of romantic personality is the easiest to establish long-term and stable relationships, but many people fall into the other three types.

The second is "avoidance of attachment". This type sees the need for intimacy as a weakness or a threat, or as a nuisance to others and therefore believes that it must be kept hidden. Therefore, they often try to avoid emotional relationships as much as possible, and then focus on pursuing career achievements.

When people of this type really get into a relationship, once there is a dispute, they will "draw away" as soon as possible, perhaps by keeping silent, or preemptively blaming the other party for their faults.

The third type is "anxious attachment". People with anxious attachments are always insecure because they worry about being rejected and left behind. They are eager to please the other half, and they are simply unable to tell their true feelings. Because they are anxious to grab driftwood, this type of person is more likely to fall into a relationship without really thinking about whether a new partner is suitable for them.

The fourth is "chaotic attachment". For this type, a partner is both a source of security and a source of fear. They crave the intimacy and security of a partner, but at the same time fear being abandoned. Tokyo kind of contradictory psychology will bring out contradictory behaviour in the relationship, for example, sometimes indifference and sometimes emotional.

They may cling to their partners when they need to feel safe, but feel suffocated, even claustrophobic, when they are intimate.

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