Attached explores the new science of adult attachment and offers viewers a wealth of information on how to find – and keep – love. Drawn from cutting-edge research, this book provides readers with practical advice for understanding their own attachment style, as well as that of their partners. Amir Levine and Rachel Heller reveal what goes on in our brains when we form attachments, why some people are avoidant while others are anxious, and how we can use this knowledge to navigate relationships more successfully.
For who is this book for ?
This book is for people interested in exploring the new science of adult attachment and how it can help them find – and keep – love.
- The book is based on research
- The book offers practical advice
- The book helps readers understand their own attachment style
- May be too dense or scientific for some readers
- Could contain generalizations or overlook cultural differences in attachment styles
- May not be easy to follow without background knowledge on attachment theory
Learn more about the author
Born in Israel and raised in Los Angeles, Amir Levine is a psychiatrist who specializes in adult attachment theory. After completing his residency at New York University’s School of Medicine, he returned to Los Angeles to continue his private practice. Levine has been featured as an expert on the topic of attachment by publications such as The Huffington Post, Cosmopolitan, Redbookmagazine.com, Wired UK,, and Mother Jones magazine.. Rachel Heller is a writer whose work has appeared inThe Atlantic online,, Glamour,. Elle Canada,, and Salon.
“Attached provides an essential guide to understanding adult attachment and how this knowledge can help you create stronger, more satisfying relationships. Levine and Heller are gifted writers whose clear prose makes complex science easy to understand. This book is a must read for anyone looking for insight into themselves or their loved ones.”
“Wonderful book! Levine and Heller make the complex simple and interesting. Their advice is based on scientific research but they also share their own experiences with attachment theory in a very relatable way.”
“It’s the best book on relationships I’ve ever read.”
“If you’re interested in understanding yourself and others better, then this book is for you. Levine and Heller provide a clear overview of the latest research on adult attachment theory, backed up by real-world examples. The writing is easy to read, informative, and engaging – I couldn’t put it down!”