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What's Your Attachment Style?
Romantic Attachment Style Quiz Results

Your Attachment Style: Insecure/Anxious

Based upon your quiz answers, you appear to have a insecure/anxious attachment style. People with insecure/anxious attachments tend to worry more about romantic relationships. You may worry that your partner does not feel the same way about you as you do about him or her, or you might be concerned that your partner will leave you. In some cases, those with an insecure/anxious attachment style want to become very close to their partners, but worry that this will scare the other person off.

While this quiz cannot fully describe every aspect of your attachment style, it can provide a basis for understanding more about your romantic attachment style.

For more information on attachment, read this overview of attachment styles.

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