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Old 02-22-2019, 03:16 AM   #11
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Default Re: What exactly are adult attachment disorders in the DSM?

I don't have an answer you your question, kiwi215, so unfortunately I don't have a lot of advice to give to you. The onlyw way to know for sure if you have an Adult Attachment Disorder is to go to a doctor and get a proper diagnosis. I'd suggest to talk to your doctor about this and see how it goes from there. Hopefully he/she will be able to help you. That way you'll knwo for sure. You'll also be able to get the necessary treatment for it. I hope you'll be able to get the help you need and deserve. It's been a while since you logged in. I hope you're doing ok. You seem like a wonderful person. You deserve to get better and to feel good, just like everyone else here. I agree with what all the others have already wisely said better than I ever could. You've been given some great advice in this thread. I'd suggest to try to follow it if you can. I'm so sorry, I know it's hard. Please don't give up. I hope things will get better soon for you. Remember that we're here for you if you need it. Feel free to PM me anytime. Let me know if I can do something to help you. Wish you good luck! Let us know how it goes. I'm so sorry you have to deal with this
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