Adult Separation Panic and Attachment Style pt.1

Adult Separation Panic and Attachment Style pt.1

L ast week, whenever their wife left house for the two-week cruise along with her friend that is best, Robert Sollars stocked up on hamburger meat and peanut butter, then settled into a week-end of soccer on cable television. In which he cried.”

Mr. Sollars, 51 years old, has a workplace safety firm that is consulting Mesa, Arizona. He hates being far from their spouse, even if she actually is simply likely to work. Whenever this woman is away for a significantly longer time he seems nauseated and discovers it hard to focus. He can’t rest and concerns that she shall have a car accident, get unwell or harm, or will see another person. Continue reading “Adult Separation Panic and Attachment Style pt.1”