Adult Attachment Style Quiz


How do you feel about trust in a relationship?

When starting a relationship with someone

As a child, my parents

What is the most annoying thing about you in a relationship?


If someone gets close enough to see the "real" you, what would they think?

When you are in a relationship, which of the following is a concern for you?

Your partner really likes to open up and share their emotions. How do you feel about that?

Your partner cheats on you. What is your reaction?


Someone is flirting with your partner at the grocery store. How do you react?

Do you believe in "love at first sight"?

Adult Attachment Style Quiz
Anxious / Preoccupied
For adults with an anxious attachment style, their significant other is often seen as the "better" side of the relationship. The idea of ‚Äč‚Äčliving without a partner causes a high level of anxiety. People with this type of attachment typically hold a poor view of themselves and an approving view of others. This attachment style often seeks a pat on the back and approval from their partner. They value their relationships very highly, but are often anxious and concerned that their partner is not as committed in the relationship as they are-and live with the constant fear of abandonment.
Avoidant / Dismissive
The dismissive/avoidant type would often classify themselves as "lone wolves". Emotionally, they consider themselves strong and independent. They have high self-esteem and a positive self-image. They do not want to be dependent on or make others dependent on them, nor do they seek support and validation in the form of social attachments. In their view, they do not need to be in a relationship to feel fulfilled. They generally avoid emotional vulnerability and tend to hide or suppress their feelings when confronted with a potentially emotionally charged situation.
Disorganized / Fearful-Avoidant
The disorganized type tends to exhibit wavering and unclear behavior in their social relationships. To people with this attachment style, both their partner and the relationship itself serve as both the origins of desire and fear. Anxious-avoidant people desire closeness and affection, but at the same time have trouble trusting and relying on others. They do not regulate their feelings well and avoid strong emotional bonds for fear of suffering.
Secure Attachment
The secure attachment style indicates that a person is comfortable showing their feelings openly. Adults with this attachment style can rely on and, in turn, trust their partners. Relationships are based on integrity, patience and a strong emotional bond. The secure attachment type thrives in their relationships, but they are also not afraid of being alone. They do not depend on the approval of their partner but desire honesty and mutual respect in their relationships.
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