This is the attachment style we see when somebody wants a connection and closeness, but at the same time they want to avoid a serious relationship.
That’s quite a contradiction, isn’t it?
What a curious disconnect. This longing to be close but a refusal to get into anything serious. The fear becomes overpowering.
No wonder these relationships lurch along, starting and stopping for no obvious reason. The self-doubt and the self-criticism keep things uncertain and off-balance.
There’s more to this than somebody not knowing what they want.
What we run into here is a pattern that tends to repeat itself. Events of the past return to shape today’s behaviors, feelings and desires.
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Even if you’re pretty sure you don’t fit into this this style, it’s definitely helpful to understand it.
When Relationships Blow Hot And Cold, the Reason Why Could Be A Fearful Avoidant Attachment Style.
Do you know someone who gets into a relationship and from the very start they are convinced the relationship is doomed?
It’s a pattern that can seem impossible to shake.
These people have the rarest of the 4 different attachment styles. It’s the Fearful Avoidant Attachment Style.
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