We are all attached and we have been since we were just wee little babies. Amanda Carver comes to PKN ATL to tell us about the four attachment styles (anxious, avoidant, fearful avoidant, and secure) and how partners tend to become locked in an attachemnet cycle. Knowing your attachement style is the first step to better understanding your partner and can help bridge the gaps that may arise in any relationship. Pick up some of the knowldge Amanda puts down at PechaKucha Night Atlanta Vol 28!
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