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I wrote a book called Create New Love: How Men and Women can Prepare for a Lasting Relationship, and a main focus of several chapters was how helpful it can be to assess your attachment style, and that of your dates so that you don't try to make a relationship work with someone very different from you. For example, a strong avoidant person with a highly anxious one is a set up for conflict and misery.
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