So the last part of this series about attachment styles is the secure attachment. Now the ones we've been discussing before have all been examples of different insecure attachment styles and they derive from having a sense of not having a needs met as a kid by a caregiver or parent. Now the secure attachment style is kind of opposite to that. As a kid you've most likely had all you needs met but you could also work your way up to to having a secure attachment style by working on yourself to get through these insecure styles. And a secure attachment style is basically reflected in a person that is very comfortable with emotional closeness. It's someone that you feel like you can rely on in your relationship, but they also rely fully on you. And it's just that sense of being okay with being by yourself, but also being very okay with being in your relationship and feeling secure in that. And I think this type of attachment style is what we should all aim to come to, but for some people it's a longer way than others, but this is sort of where you'll feel most at home in your relationship because your relationship won't be based off any subconscious fears, it will be based on a sense of peace and being just present in that relationship. And that's what we all kind of want ultimately, right? So it's kind of the ultimate end goal for the people that don't have it from the start. And it's a big luxury for the people that has had it since they were kids as well.