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Two people with avoidant attachments are unlikely to form a lasting bond.
Although people with avoidant attachments do want connection and relationships, they’re also quick to pull away, leave, or break off relationships at the slightest feeling of criticism or conflict.
Securely attached people tend to have happier, longer lasting relationships built on trust.
You question your worth and suspect there’s something wrong with you. According to the book Attached by Amir Levine and Rachel Heller, approximately 50% of adults are securely attached, 25% are avoidant, 20% are anxious, and the remaining 5% are a combination.
Consciously it makes no sense for an anxious and avoidant to connect, but unconsciously this pattern keeps those strongly ingrained internal beliefs about ourselves intact.
In other words, we recreate relationship dynamics similar to those we had with our parents because they’re familiar, reinforce our beliefs about ourselves, and we’re trying to get our needs met in the best ways we know how.
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