焦虑（也称为专心或焦虑矛盾）。焦虑的人想依靠别人，但担心别人不会以他们想要的方式来支持他们。根据心理学家金·巴塞洛缪（Kim Bartholomew）和伦纳德·霍洛维茨（Leonard Horowitz）的说法，焦虑的个体通常对他人具有积极的评价，但往往会怀疑自己的自我价值，这使他们寻求他人的支持，但也担心自己对他人的感受是否会得到回报。
In general, there are four different archetypal attachment styles that explain our attitudes and beliefs about relationships: security. People with a secure attachment style can trust others with confidence. They think they deserve love and support, and believe that if they need help, others will support them.
Anxiety (also known as concentration or anxiety paradox). Anxious people want to depend on others, but worry that others won’t support them the way they want. According to psychologists Kim Bartholomew and Leonard Horowitz, anxious individuals usually have a positive evaluation of others, but often doubt their own self-worth. Make them seek the support of others, but also worry about whether their feelings for others will be rewarded.
Avoidant (also known as Eliminator). Avoidant individuals often limit their intimacy and make them feel uncomfortable relying on others. According to Bartholomew and Horowitz, avoidants usually have a positive view of themselves, but they don’t think they can rely on others. As a result, avoiders tend to remain independent and often try to avoid any form of dependency.
Terrible evasion. Individuals with a fearful avoidance attachment style have the characteristics of anxiety and avoidance. Bartholomew and Horowitz write that they tend to take a negative view of themselves and others, feel that they are not worthy of support, and expect that others will not support them. As a result, despite their desire to build intimate relationships, they still have difficulty relying on others.