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In many cultures, surveys have been made in recent years of how people describe themselves in their adult relationships. While 60-65% said they were in a safe, loving relationship, 35-40% said they were insecure.How Our Relationship Affects Our Relationship Type (Photo: iStock) How well someone feels in their romantic relationships depends on how they relate to their parents at a young age. Because from the moment they were born, they were the ones they turned to for love, security, for the sense of grace, especially if something went wrong. That is why they are also referred to as bonding patterns. When they respond to anxieties, fears in a way that really meant comfort, support, they helped them to calm down and learn in heavenly times. However, if parents often respond to problems by underestimating their senses, refusing to help, they feel like they are feeling stupid for the child, you will learn not to trust them, suppress your anxieties, feelings, and deal with them alone. These are called deactivating strategies. There are parents who respond to problems by not providing the right support, by trying to address a child's problem, or by asking them to It may happen that the parent provides support, but the child does not need support in the challenge before it, but the parents try to avoid the child, he cannot cope with it. Because of this, the child also feels overly anxious, especially in stressful situations, and requires a great deal of effort to feel safe and at ease. These are called hyperactive binding strategies.