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Attachment theory is not the sudden creation of this author/psychologist; it has been studied and researched for decades across the globe - since the 1950s (Bowlby, Klein, Spitz, Ainsworth et al.) It seems you are afraid of looking inwards to learn about yourself and to own up to your own behavior and childhood programming. A category doesn't negate who you are or how you behave; it simply begins the step to understanding you and your behavior and to help you to change it.
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