Discover The Characteristics Of The Dismissive-Avoidant Attachment Style
Attachment styles mean so much.
So, we’re giving you an in-depth look at each of the 4 different styles. This week the focus is on the Dismissive-Avoidant Style.
What’s in it for you? How can knowing these different styles help?
You’ll be much better at opening – and closing – relationship doors when you know your own attachment style.
The result is a more secure attachment style. One you’ll find authentic and supportive.
In this podcast, the second in our special series, you’ll discover some of the Dismissive-Avoidant Style’s most common indicators.
One of them is a trait we normally consider something good.
But like most things in life, independence can be taken to an extreme.
Too much independence leads to emotional distances. It creates identities that never seem to mesh into close relationships.
But this overdose of independence is just the tip of the emotional iceberg.
Let’s take an in-depth look at the other characteristics of the Dismissive-Avoidant Style.
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[o3:55-9:26] Breaks down overinflated view of themselves, looks for the worst in partner, seeks independence from relationship
[18:11-18:19] Avoidance in control!! wow!!
[6:45-7:58] to hear this style is avoidant was very interesting and I would love to know more about that.
[10:27] What to do about the urge to create distance and shut out your partner
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