There doesn’t seem to be much difference between a rat obsessing over a food pellet and a person addicted to earning breadcrumbs from their beloved.
The anxiously attached desperately grasp for that which is unavailable, while the avoidant runs from that which is too available and together they paint a painful portrait of passionate despair that can go on for years and years.
The ending of one chapter feels scary, but that’s only because there’s many chapters still to be write. You just won’t know how to title the one you’re currently in until the rest of your story unfolds.
You wake up to 15 missed calls and an assault of text messages escalating from “Hey what are you up to?” to complete hatred “I don’t believe you’re ignoring me you f*cking as*hole!” Chances are, you’re dating someone with an anxious attachment style. Here’s how to deal.
If you are not getting the relationship outcomes you want, there may be one thing that’s getting in your way of happily ever after….
The beginning of love stories do not start when two people meet. At least, not ones of the soul-mate kind. I believe that energy never dies, it just takes different forms.
Do you know what your attachment style is? How we emotionally bond to others is determined by the first years of life, and it can explain why your relationships are failing.