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I’m finally starting to catch up on my reading habit, again. December’s choice was difficult for me to finish due to my mind finally crashing.

This book, written by Amir Levine M.D. and Rachel S.F. Heller M.A., focuses on attachment theory. It helps to identify what one’s own attachment style happens to be, as it can help you understand the kind of people that are better for you to interact with. While it is primarily focused on relationship behaviours, it has already helped me understand how I can be nicer to all other people around me with simple adjustments.

While I’m only halfway, I’m getting there, at least, again.

It goes into detail about the main styles that people are: Anxious, Avoidant, and Secure. What I’ve recognised is that I’ve moved from one, to the other, after my big injury years ago. Though, that isn’t negative.

I will write a full review once I’m done with Part Two, but there is one thing mentioned which I focused on for myself.

Finding the Right Partner – the Secure Way

– Effectively communicating your needs from day one.

Attached: The New Science of Adult Attachment and How It Can Help You Find- and Keep – Love

My first focus from this book, so far, is this. I used to never tell people my needs. Yet, now that I started to share them, with the right people, it has led to many better things happening as a result.

I will share more when I’m done, but today is just for me to share my progress.