egoeimai

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  1. Anxious / Preoccupied The anxious/preoccupied attachment style (referred to as ambivalent in children) is created in the first 18 months of life, in a dyad with the primary caregiver, usually the mother or the father. The roots of this attachment style are based in perceived neglect: the parents did not necessarily neglect the child actively, but the child perceived that his or her needs were not met. Growing up, people with this attachment style start to neglect their own needs and to put the needs of others first. They expect that, if they are nice and caring to someone, he or she will like them and take care of them in return. This turns into preoccupation with the needs of others and leads to lack of self-definition and sense of self. Score Mother/CG1: Anxiety: 2.67 | Avoidance: 4.33 Score Father/CG2: Anxiety: 6.33 | Avoidance: 6.67 Score Partner: Anxiety: 6.67 | Avoidance: 3.33 Common signs of your attachment style include: Please keep in mind that, even if you have this attachment style, you don’t need to identify with all of the characteristics outlined below. Remember, everybody has a unique personality and life experience. You lack a strong sense of self and tend to put others first. You take care of others and place more importance on them and their needs, instead of on yourself and your needs. You have a hard time being alone; you crave relationships and intimacy. You have a relatively low self-esteem and seek approval and reassurance from others – you need them to validate your own worth. Therefore, you often crave attention and try to impress people. When it comes to relationships, you often exhibit clingy and needy behaviors. You seek attention and intimacy and can become too demanding. On the other hand, you are sensitive towards your partner’s needs and preoccupied with taking care of them, which might cause your partner to feel smothered or suffocated by you. You fear that you will scare people away and that they will reject, criticize, or abandon you. You can get extremely upset when you receive disapproval (in any form). When your partner is unavailable and spends time away from your relationship, you can become jealous, frustrated, and resentful. You overanalyze and worry excessively about relationships. At the same time, you easily ignore or misread signs of relational issues
  2. If he was, he wouldn't be here Ofc it is fake
  3. Hahaha I love the fact that I know I need nothing but I'm living in the dream. Can't escape now. It would br great to change yes! πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™
  4. Im tired and I need a big change in my life. Tireeeed hahahha I need accountability partners for simple life goals on fitness, education, work. Nothing spectacular. If you want something like this let's unite our power to something bigger! I need to keep the promise! Happy New 2022 πŸ’“πŸ’“πŸ’“
  5. November 28,2021 Second person who commits suicide here. Rip buddy
  6. β€οΈβ€οΈβ€οΈβ€οΈβ€οΈβ€οΈβ€οΈπŸ’—πŸ’—πŸŽ€πŸŽ€πŸŽ€
  7. Im wishing u the best eltonaki!! 2022 will be your year!
  8. I havent posted since 31 dec 2020 Hahaha Ive seen great stuff here from you guys. Lets update u with my stuff. The following are in order.... I wish I had a schedule, I rarely draw. I want to become better so I need discipline. ❀️ Also this is my first portrait ever. I think I did great. I'd like to push myself to draw more.
  9. Are you going to continue drawing?
  10. Im so sorry. Take care of yourself πŸ’—
  11. https://m.youtube.com/channel/UC_rx5hnnQJTJpK2dLmnNw5A