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Sullivan Attachment Test
The Secure You scored 58% Security, 11% Avoidance, and 47% Anxiousness!
Hey baby, you so fine baby!

You are that warm, nougaty center that everyone wants to be and be with. I bet you knew that before you went into this thing though, didn't you? You're the kind of person who finds making friends easy enough, people seem to respond to you fairly well, you don't doubt (most days) that you're an ok person, and probably, you're most of the people taking this test. Good on.

What's that say about you? Generally, the Secures want you (and you should want them in return, you'd be badass together), the Anxious-Ambivalents want you (even if you don't want them) and the Avoidants? Secretly, we're kidding ourselves, we want you too. Everyone just digs your jelly, and if I have ot explain why to you, you're not as Secure as you think you are. You're fairly self-confident, you're generally appealing on an emotional level and ok, I'll say it, there is a possibility that a margin of you are as Secure as you appear to be because...shall we say that you don't always have the deeper thought processes to recognize that you're not Secure? But far and away, that's not the truth. You're smart enough to know what happy is, and even if you don't feel that personally you're a "stable" person or a person who has high self-esteem, that's not what makes you a Secure. Being a Secure attachment style doesn't have much to do with your opinion of you, unless your opinion is that your a psychopath and then...well maybe you should go back and try to do the questions honestly this time, hmm? Attachment style generally, is a function of your relationships. Do you have them? Yes? Do they make you want to vomit? No?Congratulations, welcome to Secure Attachment Style 101.

What separates you from your crazy partners, is that as a GENERAL not always rule, you consider that other people don't run from you and you don't run from them. You don't always attract people with so much ease that everyone here wants to stab you for it, but when you do? That works out in your favor. Your friends are your friends for a reason, because to them? You're wicked cool and there's not a lot about you that they would say is something that needs to be changed.

I advise you to always avoid the Anxious-Ambivalent (and if they knew we were talking about them right now, they would be SO pissed) because while you can be into the cuddling thing, you know when enough is enough and they don't. If you're slightly showing some Avoidant characteristics, they aren't a bad choice, not great for you either, because they want to be around less than you would like and you're not 100% all the time rainbows, sunshine and twinkles up someone's ass, you need things too and it's not fair for you to get involved with someone who won't be on the same page as you by giving you LESS than you think you deserve.

Pick an attachment match. Secure styles are wanted by everyone, but they have the option of being particular and you, you should be particular in the direction of other Secure styles, they inherently get you and they get why you are the way that you are, they neither want too much nor too little and they'll be there, so long as they remember to call you, and you them. It's a match made in sickening, well-adjusted heaven.

My test tracked 3 variables How you compared to other people your age and gender:
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You scored higher than 0% on Security
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You scored higher than 0% on Avoidance
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You scored higher than 0% on Anxiousness
Link: The Sullivan Attachment Style Test written by pretentiaahoy on OkCupid Free Online Dating, home of the 32-Type Dating Test
posted by Lisa at 2/24/2006 08:54:00 PM ¤ Permalink ¤


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