8 Tips For Dealing With a Breakup If You Have an Insecure/Anxious Attachment Style

How to move on in a healthier and easier way than ever before.

Sunny Muldoon
Hello, Love

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Photo by Mental Health America (MHA) from Pexels

Breakups suck.

Regardless of the type of relationship, the length, or even if the breakup was amicable and mutual, they still are some of the hardest things to experience.

If you have an insecure or anxious attachment style, then congratulations! Healing just became 500x more difficult for you!

All jokes aside, those who have this kind of attachment style know how this sort of rejection can make you feel unworthy and feed the belief that you are not deserving of love.

I’m going through my most recent breakup with my ex-partner of 3 years, and it’s the most difficult one I’ve ever navigated through for a couple of reasons.

We didn’t end on bad terms.

Although it had been a long time coming with us ending things, it was never because of something that one of us had done to each other. Our communication styles, our attachment styles, and our general differences in mental health and culture made it increasingly harder to relate and connect with each other on a level that I think is much needed for a solid long-term relationship.

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Sunny Muldoon
Hello, Love

Neurodivergent copywriter and voice actor. I promise to never clickbait you. https://linktr.ee/jennifermuldoon