Attached: The New Science of Adult Attachment and How It Can Help You Find--and Keep-- Love Free Audiobook Download by Rachel Heller,Amir Levine

Attached: The New Science of Adult Attachment and How It Can Help You Find--and Keep-- Love tells the story of how a professor of psychiatry, psychologist and neuroscientist Rachel Heller came to study adult attachment. She found that this research has significant implications for humans not just today but throughout history. In recent decades, attachment science has been studying the influence that early childhood experiences have on our later development and romantic relationships.

Attached, by Rachel Heller and Amir Levine, is not your typical self-help book. It's a science-based book about adult attachment theory. The authors explain how adult attachment theory can help us find--and keep-- love. Their research uncovered surprising information about how the brain functions in intimate relationships.

Often in life we are introduced to people who have the ability to melt our hearts. Today, we’ll be focusing on how the science of adult attachment can help us find and keep love. Attachment is a concept that has been studied for over 50 years, yet it still doesn't get enough attention when thinking of relationships. Rachel Heller and Amir Levine will explain how this concept can help you find--and keep--love by understanding yourself so that you can better understand your partner.

Attached is a book that explores the complexities of adult attachment and its impact on romantic relationships. This audiobook describes with clarity and compassion different types of attachments and how they affect one's development throughout childhood, adolescence, adulthood, and later in life.

In this audiobook, Rachel Heller begins with the premise that adult attachment is a surprisingly new science. For example, it wasn't until the 1950s that psychologists realized that separation anxiety was a trait of children--not adults. In order to make sense of this dichotomy, she outlines the four main ways in which attachment has changed over time: change in physical proximity and control of one's environment, increasing external threats and decreasing internal monitoring/security, increase in romantic options and novel attachments, and changing gender roles.

Attached is a moving and hopeful book with lessons for all of us. The attachment style that author Rachel Heller describes has three main components: safety, intimacy, and autonomy. Everything a person does in life is affected by these three components--from the people we choose to date to the decisions we make about our careers. Attachment may have an impact on everything from dating to health.

Published Date 2019-11-05
Duration 7 hours 6 minutes
Author Rachel Heller, Amir Levine
Narrated Robert Petkoff
(237 Reviews)
Abridged No
Is It Free? 30-days Free
Category Health & Wellness
Parent Category Marriage & Family, Self Development, Psychology

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