Someone with a really difficult childhood may have abberant attachment patters that make making and keeping relationships difficult.
Relationships are often marred by problems that may stem from aggression, a need for control,possessiveness, selfishness, manipulation, volatility, under/over involvement and irresponsibility.
A great deal of evidence suggests that most of the above problems stem from an inability to form a stable relationship in infancy and childhood.The theory of attachment can be applied to adult relationships including friendships, emotional affairs, adult romantic or platonic relationships.
Completing this test would give you great insight into how you deal with adversity.
- Respond to each of the following statements by choosing how much you agree or disagree with each statement.