A child needs a reliable adult/parents in their lives to form secure attachments. Secure attachment styles emanate from having a caregiver/parent/adult who was responsive to our needs and emotionally available. In dysfunctional family set-up in absence of dependable caregivers, the vulnerable child tends to form insecure attachment patterns. Insecure attachment style develops from having a caregiver who was unresponsive to your needs and emotionally unavailable. This attachment patterns constructed during our childhood affects our attachment styles in our adult relationships.
There are many types of insecure attachment styles, e.g.:
Anxious-preoccupied. People with this attachment type may be anxious, crave closeness, but feel insecure about their partner leaving them.
Dismissive-avoidant. People with this type may have trouble trusting others for fear that they’ll be hurt.
Fearful-avoidant. People with this type may feel unsure about intimacy and tend to run away from experiencing difficult feelings.
Loving ourselves is to contemplate and study our persona/ego and its origin, our attachment styles unconsciously dictating our choices.
Being an adult, we need to embrace it with unconditional love and compassion and intend to let it dissolve.
We all have the courage, humility to unlearn and rediscover our original divine self (inner child).
Unconditional love for us and our disowned selves (others) is THE way.
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