Those with a disorganized attachment style do not believe that they are worthy of love or capable of obtaining love from others.   They do not believe that they can trust others to be safe as attachment figures.  Behavior can become very erratic with no solid behavior response. What we need to note here is that …

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Unlike the Secure Attacher who readily feel worthy of love, those with ambivalent attachment styles do not believe they are worthy of the love and the support of others unless they perform adequately to deserve that love.  Ambivalent attachers view others as safe and trustworthy to provide a safe haven for them, so they will…

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  Four basic attachment styles have been identified through observing the reactions of young children.  Although the child’s style can change due to new experiences and psychological development, they usually provide the general framework for relationships throughout the child’s life.                  1.  The Secure Attachment Style.  These children view themselves as worthy of love…

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