Attachment Security

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      KORY FLOYD: Attachment security is the extentto which we feel that we can counton the support of the people who are closest to us in our lives.We all have a certain type of attachmentto others that we know.And to some extent we acquire that earlyin our lives based on the relationshipthat we have with our primary caregiver, who is usually

    • 00:33

      KORY FLOYD [continued]: our mother.That sort of imprints upon us a way of seeing relationshipsthat, according to some, we carrythrough the rest of our lives.So I might have very strong attachment security,which means I feel like I can reallycount on others to be there for me.Or I may have very weak attachment security,

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      KORY FLOYD [continued]: which means I feel like I'm more alone in the world.I'm more kind of on my own.So attachment security is that extent to whichI believe that the other people in my livesare trustworthy, reliable people that Ican count on to be there for me.

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Prof. Kory Floyd explains how attachment security is derived from and informs our relationships with others.

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Attachment Security

Prof. Kory Floyd explains how attachment security is derived from and informs our relationships with others.

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