What You Need to Know About Attachment

We develop an attachment style early in our lives within our homes. Our parents and caregivers foster within us either a secure or an insecure attachment style. Sometimes, parents and caregivers are unknowingly passing on characteristics of the style of attachment they were taught. Our attachment style can have a considerable impact on the types […]

Attachment Styles

What Is Developmental Trauma?

Developmental trauma occurs at some point between infancy and childhood for children facing abuse or neglect. These individuals can develop issues later in life when forming relationships with others or coping with life’s stressors. Many people with developmental trauma struggle to connect with others due to an insecure attachment style, resulting from being abused or […]

Developing Healthy Attachment

Can You Be Cured of “Insecure Attachment?”

“Attachment” in recovery and therapy refers to our ability to connect with others and form meaningful relationships. Our “attachment style” is influenced greatly by the environment in which we were raised. Attachment styles are categorized into secure versus insecure, with secure attachment styles being the ideal and the insecure styles being separated into different types. […]