Download Attached by Amir Levine Pdf book free online. We already rely on scientific guidance to determine when to exercise, how much to eat, and how long to sleep. Why not use science to assist us strengthen our bonds with one another? In this ground-breaking book, Dr. Amir Levine, a psychiatrist and neuroscientist, and Rachel Heller provide a scientific justification for why some people seem to manage relationships with ease while others find it difficult. GET FREE AUDIOBOOK
Learn how the most cutting-edge relationship science now in use, adult attachment, can help us find and maintain love. The field of attachment, developed by psychologist John Bowlby in the 1950s, asserts that each of us responds in relationships in one of three different ways:
- Anxious persons frequently worry about their relationships and their partner’s capacity to love them back.
- Avoidant persons continually work to reduce closeness because they believe that it will lead to a loss of independence.
- People that are secure are typically warm and loving and feel at ease in intimate situations.
The book Attached offers a roadmap for developing deeper, more satisfying relationships with the people they care about by assisting readers in identifying the attachment type that they and their partner (or future partner) adhere to.
About the Author
Neuroscientist and adult, child, and adolescent psychiatrist Amir Levine, M.D. He completed the residency program at New York Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia University, where he is now the Principal Investigator on a National Institutes of Health-sponsored research project. Dr. Levine lives with his family in New York City and runs a private clinic there.