Attached is a book about the science of adult attachment and how it can help people find and keep love. The author, Amir Levine, is a psychiatrist who has worked extensively with couples in therapy. In this book, he shares his findings on attachment theory and offers readers practical tips for applying these concepts to their own lives.
For who is this book for ?
This book is for anyone who is interested in learning more about adult attachment and how it can improve their love life. Levine provides a comprehensive overview of the subject, making it an ideal resource for both beginners and experienced therapists.
- This book is based on sound science
- It offers readers practical tips for applying attachment theory to their own lives
- The author, Amir Levine, is a credible source and has extensive experience in this field
- The book is a bit dense and technical at times
- It can be frustrating when the author skips over important concepts
- Some of the advice may not be relevant to everyone
Learn more about the author
Amir Levine, MD, is a psychiatrist who has worked extensively with couples in therapy. He is the coauthor of Attached: The New Science of Adult Attachment and How It Can Help You Find – and Keep – Love.
“This is an amazing book! It has completely changed the way I think about relationships. Amir Levine is a genius!”
” Highly readable, informative and helpful. Levine has the ability to blend research with personal examples in a way that makes sense of a complex subject .This is an excellent book for those interested in understanding more about how their own attachment style affects their relationships.”
“Attached offers a refreshingly science-based take on love and relationships. Amir Levine provides clear explanations of the latest findings in attachment research, offering concrete tips for how to apply this knowledge in your own life. I highly recommend this book to anyone interested in understanding more about their own attachments style or those of their loved ones.”
“I really loved this book! Levine marry science with anecdotal evidence to make what could be a dry and dense subject interesting and accessible.”