How Your Childhood Affects Your Love Styles



Our childhood, how we were brought up, our relationships with our caregivers play a big impact on our love styles. Whether you are the pleaser, the victim or the …

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  1. I scored 57% Controller and 43% Avoider, and the explanations make perfect sense to me. Thank you for sharing this content, I showed it to my girlfriend, it is great. Though I just want to say, I really hate the name "Love Style". It should be "Attachment Style," or something. We are talking about neuroticism here, not love. Anyway, sorry to be controlling ;P Whatever you call it, I'm glad to have found this 😀

  2. Is there no research on love styles of people raised by connected, stable parents??? Seems like these examples only consider love styles where some aspect of the child's needs are missing.

  3. well once again, I don't fit cleanly into any one type. That is the problem with labeling. Any label seeks to limit something to that label. In my experience, when it comes to labeling …especially something as complex as human beings, any label is describing one small part of a larger truth, a thin slice of a pie.

  4. I don’t know if I fit in theses . . I can’t trust others maybe due to the fact my father cheated on my mother . I have always felt that the things I do aren’t for me but for others .. which one am I ?

  5. The VAST MAJORITY of parents REALLY aren't qualified to be parents. Kids honestly deserve perfect parents, and the best most parents can do is get close to perfect.

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