As newborns, we acquire one of these attachments based on the interactions we have with people who are not our primary caregiver.
Only one of the four attachment styles is deemed to be secure,
while the others—anxious, avoidant, and disorganized—are classified as insecure attachment styles.
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The fact that having a stable attachment is the greatest way to navigate
relationships with other people is something that any professional will tell you,
but this does not mean that the other three are hopeless situations. Simply put,
individuals who have an insecure attachment style require a little bit more effort on their part.
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