edit]. People with a dismissive style of avoidant attachment tend to agree with
these statements: "I am comfortable without ...
Feb 13, 2015 ... 30% of people develop an anxious/avoidant attachment pattern. Read about why
this dismissive attachment style forms and how someone can ...
But with separations, too, anxious attachment can deform the process. Clinical
work suggests that people with what appears to be an avoidant or dismissive ...
Sep 16, 2014 ... Avoidant Attachment. If you avoid closeness, your independence and self-
sufficiency are more important to you than intimacy. You can enjoy ...
Children with an avoidant attachment
show no preference between a parent and a complete stranger.
They often avoid
intimacy by using excuses (such as long work hours), or may fantasize about other people during sex. Research has also shown that adults with an avoidant
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Mar 1, 2014 ... This post is focusing on the avoidant/dismissive attachment style (the hightailers),
which is characterized by a strong need for independence ...
Attachment is as an emotional bond that impacts behavior throughout life. Learn
more about the styles of attachment and the role they play in behavior and ...
The third pattern of attachment that Ainsworth and her colleagues documented is
called avoidant. Avoidant children (about 20%) don't appear too distressed by ...
Dismissive-avoidant attachment patterns are learned early in life and tend to
affect all relationships throughout the life span. Learn more about...
Mar 2, 2011 ... Avoidant is one of the three main relationship attachment styles. Avoidants are
people who wish to keep their distance and minimize closeness ...