Secure styles are usually adults who saw their parents as a secure base and safe haven and felt they could turn towards them in times of danger or fear. Their mothers were responsive to their child's needs, provided physical and emotional closeness, warmth, affection and validated what the child was experiencing . This usually ensures secure attachment in the child well into adulthood and they usually enjoy secure relationships.
Anxious types, in contrast, are often those whose parents were preoccupied with their own worries and fears and didn't always focus on the child's needs. According to Bowlby, the child was unsure of the mother's love and later adopted the same style with the spouse by doubting whether he or she is loved in the marriage and often finds triggers to worry about it.
The Avoidant type, the most extreme of the three styles, is when the mother is cold, distant or abusive and the child never felt his or her needs were met. As adults, they become shut down, withdraw from closeness and are not comfortable with intimacy.
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