Attached Book by Amir Levine PDF

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Attached Book by Amir Levine

“Attached Book the New Science of Adult Attachment and How It Can Help You Find – and Keep – Love” by Amir Levine and Rachel Heller is a book that explores the concept of attachment theory and its implications for romantic relationships.

The book begins by introducing the concept of attachment theory, which suggests that the way we form attachments in childhood influences our relationships in adulthood. According to attachment theory, there are three main attachment styles: secure, anxious, and avoidant.

  • Secure Attachment: Individuals with a secure attachment style feel comfortable with intimacy and are able to trust their partners. They are generally confident in themselves and their relationships.
  • Anxious Attachment: People with an anxious attachment style crave closeness and worry about their partner’s availability and commitment. They may be overly sensitive to signs of rejection or abandonment.
  • Avoidant Attachment: Those with an avoidant attachment style value independence and may feel uncomfortable with too much closeness or intimacy. They may prioritize self-reliance and have difficulty opening up to others.
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