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Self-Assessment: What is your Attachment style?

Embarking on a journey of self-discovery is a profound and illuminating endeavor, one that often reveals the intricacies of our interpersonal dynamics and emotional connections. In this self-assessment, we delve into the fascinating realm of attachment styles—a psychological framework that illuminates the patterns and behaviors we adopt in relationships. Rooted in early experiences and the bonds formed with caregivers, our attachment style shapes the way we approach intimacy, trust, and vulnerability.

As we navigate through the following questions and reflections, we aim to unravel the layers of our own attachment patterns, fostering a deeper understanding of ourselves and paving the way for healthier, more fulfilling connections with others. This exploration invites us to embrace the nuances of our emotional landscapes, ultimately empowering us to cultivate more meaningful and resilient relationships.

Attachment Style Quiz

Your attachment style is shaped by your relationship with your parents or other caregivers during childhood. Your earliest relationships set the tone for how you will build your own romantic relationships, friend relationships, and even work relationships. Take this quiz to better understand your own attachment style.

1 / 10

How do you feel when your partner or friend goes away for a few days?

2 / 10

When you're upset, what do you tend to do?

3 / 10

How do you respond when someone you're close to is upset or needs help?

4 / 10

How do you feel about opening up to people?

5 / 10

How do you feel about commitment in relationships?

6 / 10

How do you respond when someone you're close to disagrees with you?

7 / 10

How important is physical touch to you in a relationship?

8 / 10

How do you feel when your partner or friend wants to spend time with other people?

9 / 10

How do you feel about expressing your emotions?

10 / 10

How do you feel about asking for help?

Questions:

  1. I feel worried and anxious.
  2. I don’t really feel anything.
  1. I try to talk to someone about it as soon as possible.
  2. I tend to withdraw and deal with it on my own.
  3. It depends on the situation.
  1. I find it easy to open up and share my thoughts and feelings.
  2. I find it difficult to open up and prefer to keep things to myself.
  3. It depends on the person and the situation.
  1. I tend to get defensive and argumentative.
  2. I tend to avoid conflict and go along with what the other person wants.
  1. It’s very important to me, and I enjoy being physically affectionate with my partner.
  2. It’s not that important to me, and I prefer to keep a bit of distance.
  3. It depends on the person and the situation.
 
  1. I feel jealous and insecure.
  2. I don’t really feel anything.
  1. I feel comfortable expressing my emotions and believe it’s important to do so.
  2. I feel uncomfortable expressing my emotions and tend to keep them hidden.
  3. It depends on the person and the situation.
  1. I feel uncomfortable asking for help and prefer to handle things on my own.
  2. It depends on the situation.