Attachment Theory: Anxious-Insecure/Preoccupied

Attachment Theory It is important to remember that attachment theory is just that, a theory. Information from this framework may resonate with you, but it is not 100% foolproof. Dr. Saul McLeod explains that John Bowlby’s attachment theory believes a child has an innate (or inborn) need to attach to one main attachment figure. The …

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Self-Identity: Get Back to Basics

What is Self-Identity? The oxford’s dictionary definition for self-identity is “the perception or recognition of one’s characteristics as a particular individual, especially in relation to social context.” Who we are and what we’ve done can get confusing. Personally, to dig out of the clutter of “who am I?” I spent a healthy amount of time …

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