Find your predominant attachment style


  1. Think about a person who is close to you. 
    Write about your emotions when you are with them. For instance, you might feel calm, angry, anxious, or safe around them. 
  2. Write about your feelings if that person ever betrayed you. 
    For instance, if their betrayal made you feel disoriented and fearful, but you learned to isolate yourself and never trust others, you might have an avoidant attachment style. 


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