By Amir Levine
We depend on technology to inform us every thing from what to devour to whilst and the way lengthy to workout, yet what approximately relationships? Is there a medical reason for why a few humans appear to navigate relationships without difficulty, whereas others fight? in keeping with psychiatrist and neuroscientist Dr. Amir Levine and Rachel Heller, the solution is a convincing "yes."
In Attached, Levine and Heller display how an realizing of grownup attachment-the so much complicated dating technology in lifestyles today-can support us locate and maintain love. Pioneered through psychologist John Bowlby within the Fifties, the sphere of attachment posits that every folks behaves in relationships in a single of 3 detailed methods:
- Anxious individuals are usually preoccupied with their relationships and are inclined to fear approximately their partner's skill to like them again
- Avoidant humans equate intimacy with a lack of independence and regularly try and reduce closeness.
- Secure humans suppose ok with intimacy and are typically hot and loving.
In this publication Levine and Heller consultant readers in selecting what attachment kind they and their mate (or power mate) persist with, supplying a street map for construction improved, extra pleasant connections with the folk they love.