According to psychologists, there are four attachment strategies people adopt: secure, anxious, avoidant, and anxious-avoidant. Mark Mason’s blog post did a great job at defining this area of psychology that describes the nature of emotional attachment between humans. It begins as children with our attachment to our parents. The nature of this attachment, and how well it’s fostered and cared for, will then determine the nature of our attachment to romantic partners later in our life. As Matchmakers, understanding your attachment style can be a way of matching our clients with partners who will be the best fit for them long-term.
Co-Founder & Certified Matchmaker at Cinqe: Head hunter for love to professional singles since 2011 who live in the US & Canada. I write about dating, and I share my opinions, research and wisdom on anything that has to do with getting you to find your mate.