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People with anxious styles tend to develop models of themselves as little smart, insecure, and others as scentless and reluctant to engage in intimate relationships, often worry that their partners don’t want to them and feel fear of abandonment. The stylish evasive, develop models of themselves as suspicious, skeptical and retracted, and others as scentless or too eager to engage in intimate relationships, intimate with others feel uncomfortable and find it difficult to trust and rely on them (Simpson, j. 1990). So, as people with different attachment styles tend to engage in romantic relationships that differ in their nature, the 3 attachment styles are associated with different patterns of emotional experiences with with regard to relations. Another important aspect in interpersonal relations is the relationship between adult attachment style and confidence in relationships, since this often determines the way in which people react against nearby people when they strengthen or violate the confidence you feel towards them and that would explain the construction of the feeling of trust in relationshipsIt might be the necessary condition for the development of security, privacy and satisfactory relations (Mikulincer, M. 1998 b). In romantic relationships, trust is one of the most desired qualities and a necessary condition for the development of commitment and security, in fact, may be the cause of a dissolution in a particular relationship (Kobak, r.

& Hazan, C. 1991). So has been found that people with secure attachment style show have great confidence towards themselves and others, and the insecure attachment style have a lack of trust towards each other, what would determine in large part how they relate with the others (Mikulincer, M. 1998 b). It is important to note that the effects of the styles of attachment in interpersonal relationships, are not always equal nor so predictable, research findings suggest that differences in the style of attachment are not impervious to change (Main et to the, cited in Simpson j.


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