Attachment is an intense emotional bond that that plays a big role in our relationships. Although there are some types that are harmful, attachment itself is healthy and necessary. That is, if there has been any type of negligence or harmful behavior in this period, avoidant attachment may occur. If the environment we were raised in led us to develop this type of attachment, we will have many problems building healthy relationships.
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Avoidant Attachment, Part 1: The Dependence Dilemma
What Is an Avoidant Attachment Style and How Can I Change It? | Happily Imperfect
Fearful avoidant is one of four key styles of attachment proposed by psychologist John Bowlby, who developed attachment theory. When studying the interactions between infants and their caregivers, Bowlby noticed that infants had a need to be in close proximity to their caregivers and that they often became quite distressed when separated. Bowlby suggested that this response was part of an evolved behavior: because young infants are dependent upon parents for caregiving, forming a close attachment to parents is evolutionarily adaptive. For example, if a child's parents are generally responsive and supportive when he or she is distressed, attachment theory would predict that the child would become a trusting adult.
Attachment Theory: How Your Childhood Impacts Your Relationships
Attachment in adults deals with the theory of attachment in adult romantic relationships. Attachment theory was extended to adult romantic relationships in the late 's. Four styles of attachment have been identified in adults: secure, anxious-preoccupied, dismissive-avoidant, and fearful-avoidant. Investigators have explored the organization and the stability of mental working models that underlie these attachment styles.
Thank you so much for your vulnerability in this matter. It has recently been suggested to me that my husband has Adult Attachment Disorder: Dismissive as well. We have been married for over 9 years, have 2 little boys age 7 and 4 and he recently abandoned us. Everything you shared, describes him to a T. I don't doubt that he has this disorder--he was abandoned by his father at a young age and then abandoned again by his mother just before his senior year of high school.